In the hands of a little chef, this child-safety knife will be one of the best investments you make. Kids who help with meal prep are more likely to develop an appreciation for cooking, eating, and nutrition. When you bring your children into the kitchen, you help them build valuable life skills. It will save you time when they learn to chop carrots and potatoes for homemade waffle fries. Your kitchen will be full of giggles and good times.
The S shape on the blade of this knife makes it safer than a regular knife, but it cuts like an actual knife. Click on the picture to watch a short demonstration video.
This one tool will help you:
When you handwash this knife, it will last for years, becoming a family heirloom to pass on to your grandchildren.
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