For food preparation, but often used for a variety of other purposes. Today, kitchen scissors are usually made from stainless steel for food hygiene and oxidization-resistance reasons. They often have kitchen functionality (other than cutting) incorporated, such as bottle-cap, to fish scale, to crack nuts and bottle-openers built into the handles.Great for breaking down chickens, perfect for snipping twine or taking the tips off of squirt bottles and wooden skewers, essential for cleaning crabs or cracking lobsters, a good, solid set of shears is a kitchen powerhouse. Ideal for use when a knife is either too cumbersome or too dangerous, shears are most often pulled out for messy tasks, when your hands are liable to get slippery.
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