5.0
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Paring Knife
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Prepology
Prepology Nonstick Color Coated Paring Knives

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Prepology Nonstick Color Coated Paring Knives
 
5.0

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5.0

I would buy them again

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from Msila

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Pros

  • Comfortable Grip
  • Easy To Clean
  • Quality Construction
  • Stays Sharp

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Bread
    • Meat
    • Veggies

    Comments about Prepology Nonstick Color Coated Paring Knives:

    I think that this kind of knifs i very important in our kitchen so i recommend a lot

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    • I am an employee or otherwise affiliated with the brand

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    COLOR COATING FOR SPECIFIC FOODS

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    from Cincinnati, OH

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    Comments about Prepology Nonstick Color Coated Paring Knives:

    Prepology has a great line of kitchen items. One of them is their line of great knives.I have used these for a long time.They are very sharp and they do a good job.They are nonstick so you can just glide right through anything you are cutting.They are very comfortable in your hand and have a nonslip grip.The different colors allow you to choose a certain color, for example to use for meat,fruits or vegetables to avoid cross contamination.This is to me a very smart and practical idea.They each have a cover to make it safer to store in the drawer.These knives are 31/2 inch blades and 8in. long.They are made of steel construction.

    I use these for everything.One extra good thing they are perfect for is cutting corn off the cob. I freeze corn in the summmer and this knife is just the trick.They stay really sharp for a long time.Just a quick few passes in a knife sharpener and they are just like new. I call these the problem free knife set.They are really great. Give them a try.

     

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