15 May 2006

Kitchen shears cut perfect bite-sized bits

Several of you, including Sara, extol the virtues of kitchen shears:

Use kitchen shears to "cut up" solid food for toddlers. If it's soft enough for the few-of-teeth to eat, but hard enough to require cutting, kitchen shears are perfect for cutting small pieces off of breads, meats and more.

Matthew keeps a pair in the diaper bag and uses them to cut pizza into bits.


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This is a great idea. I use kitchen scissors to cut up organic cheese sticks, bananas and all sorts of other food for my daughter. It saves time and cutting boards.

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