The 5-blade setup is the golden standard in herb scissors. Four extra blades mean you’ll be done chopping your herbs and greens in a quarter of the time. And they are durable and sharp to boot.
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Like the Chefast, these scissors are have 5 durable blades that are sharp and sturdy. They have a similarly comfortable handle and are about the same size.
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Kitchen shears can be just as useful as herb scissors if you have a more precise job to do. If you prep a lot of herbs, having both options on can be nice.
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One benefit to single-blade herb scissors over those with multiple blades is that they won’t get jammed up with debris. Multi-blade scissors require frequent brushing, while single-blades can chop without pause.
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If you do as much vegetable prep as I do, one pair of herb scissors isn’t going to do a ton to cut down on your time in the kitchen. This set includes herb scissors, salad shears, and general kitchen shears.
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