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Silicone Tongs by Starfrit $4.38 All time low add-on item

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How is this compared to OXO?
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oh baby, that tong ta tong ta tongggg
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Did they build a pair of tongs in minecraft and took a screenshot for the product picture or did they use a a 0.1 mega pixel camera? I
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"Don't use a sillicon tong, use a metal one instead." From one of my favorate Chef teacher at George Brown.
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eforblue wrote: "Don't use a sillicon tong, use a metal one instead." From one of my favorate Chef teacher at George Brown.
Even on non-stick cookware and enamel?
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If you have these, make sure you pull off the tips from the stainless steel and wash thoroughly.... it gets real nasty in there....
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Bought a set similar to these from Costco a while back. Not impressed. The silicon tips reduces grip and the food can slip away. I just kept using the metal ones. For non-stick cookware, I use wood tongs.
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Hoping it was for the 12” tong from starfrit
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nestleman wrote: Hoping it was for the 12” tong from starfrit
did you miss the 12" sale?
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er34er34 wrote: If you have these, make sure you pull off the tips from the stainless steel and wash thoroughly.... it gets real nasty in there....

That's what she said....
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Badder wrote: Bought a set similar to these from Costco a while back. Not impressed. The silicon tips reduces grip and the food can slip away. I just kept using the metal ones. For non-stick cookware, I use wood tongs.
Agreed, hate the silicone tips.
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orb2k wrote: Even on non-stick cookware and enamel?
If you can't pick up an item with a pair of tongs without touching the pan, you need to work on your manual dexterity.
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orb2k wrote: did you miss the 12" sale?
I guess so, i wasn’t aware of the starfrit 12” tong going on sale.
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CantMissADeal wrote: If you can't pick up an item with a pair of tongs without touching the pan, you need to work on your manual dexterity.
... or get silicone tipped tongs.

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CantMissADeal wrote: If you can't pick up an item with a pair of tongs without touching the pan, you need to work on your manual dexterity.
...or drink a bit less.
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orb2k wrote: Even on non-stick cookware and enamel?
"Real chef never use non-stick." From the same chef.
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eforblue wrote: "Real chef never use non-stick." From the same chef.

That's just not true. Professional kitchens do not use them due to durability issues, but any pro cook will have at least 1 at home because it makes life easier for simple dishes.

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