Edamame Salad using Chefast Herb Scissors Set

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I cook a lot with fresh herbs, because I just think fresh herbs just taste better. In the past I always used my chef knife to chop herbs into small pieces. This time I had a chance in exchange for writing an unbiased review to try the Chefast Herb Scissor Set  

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I thought I try the shears out by making my favorite Edame Salad with fresh herbs. I use green onions, basil, a few leaves of Russian Kale that need to be chopped up into small pieces. Today i used these shears which have five stainless steel blades and made the cutting/chopping task a cinch. 

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Basically just wash your herbs and then use the scissors to cut everything up into small pieces. Add about 3 cups of cooked edamame, 2 tbsp chopped red onion. Add a pinch of sea salt and pepper, the juice of 1 lime and 1 tsp olive oil and toss. Sometimes pieces will get stuck in the shears and that's when you use the green gizmo to just dislodge everything with one quick sweep. 

#Chefast Herb Scissors

#Chefast Herb Scissors

Chefast Herb Scissors Set - Premium Kitchen Shears with 5 Stainless Steel Blades - Multipurpose Herb Bags, Safety Cover with Cleaning Comb, Herbs eBook, and Stylish Box Included $11.97 $19.99 edamame-toamto-salad.jpg

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