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Gourmet by Starfrit 080308 Silicone Tongs, 12-Inch | 45% Off | $6.04

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[Amazon.ca] Gourmet by Starfrit 080308 Silicone Tongs, 12-Inch | 45% Off | $6.04

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  • Measure 12-inch long
  • Stainless steel body, silicone tip that is heat resistant up to 230 c/446 f
  • Won't damage non-stick coatings with its silicone tip
  • Locking system for easy storage
  • Hand wash for better results

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Good for BBQ use - better are the 14"
The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten....
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Temporarily out of stock.
We are working hard to be back in stock. Place your order and we’ll email you when we have an estimated delivery date. You won’t be charged until the item ships.

Ordered anyways, thanks OP
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these things get real nasty under the silicone. make sure to wash properly.
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Just a FYI...silicone tongs are slippery. You do not get as good a grip on food and the silicone is "fatter" which can effect "coatings" like bread crumbs when you do a pan frying. Regular old school tongs are perfectly fine IMO, or you go Asian Style and use chopsticks.
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gr8dlr wrote: Just a FYI...silicone tongs are slippery. You do not get as good a grip on food and the silicone is "fatter" which can effect "coatings" like bread crumbs when you do a pan frying. Regular old school tongs are perfectly fine IMO, or you go Asian Style and use chopsticks.
regular chop sticks are too small and you need way too much force, tongs are more efficient in almost every way to cook.
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jellytime wrote: regular chop sticks are too small and you need way too much force, tongs are more efficient in almost every way to cook.
I have long ones Asian Boss style LOL.
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