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[IKEA] 5-piece toy kitchen utensil set, multicolor $4.99

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[IKEA] 5-piece toy kitchen utensil set, multicolor $4.99

DUKTIG 5-piece toy kitchen utensil set, multicolor
IKEA FAMILY member price $4.99
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(Aug 01, 2019 - Jan 02, 2020 or while supplies last)

Mini kitchen utensils for play, made of stainless steel and other durable materials.
Encourages role play which helps children to develop social skills by imitating grown-ups and inventing their own roles.
Recommended for children 3 years and older.
This is a toy and not suitable for cooking.
If we can dream it, we can make it!
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Aug 8, 2019
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Since it's stainless steel there's no problem to use it for actual cooking right? Thinking of using this on a camping trip.
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roleless wrote: Since it's stainless steel there's no problem to use it for actual cooking right? Thinking of using this on a camping trip.
Hattie917 wrote: This is a toy and not suitable for cooking.
I don't see why not.
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roleless wrote: Since it's stainless steel there's no problem to use it for actual cooking right? Thinking of using this on a camping trip.
might be tiny sized
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Dec 8, 2008
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Had this in the past (lost pieces everywhere), great for the kids
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_dc_ wrote: I don't see why not.
I think the main factor is the size. Too small or mini versions. Almost can't be used in real cooking.
If we can dream it, we can make it!
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Hattie917 wrote: I think the main factor is the size. Too small or mini versions. Almost can't be used in real cooking.
Also maybe because it's low quality that may break loose small pieces of sharp metal into the food you are making, or low quality stainless steel that will leech heavy metals like nickel.
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roleless wrote: Since it's stainless steel there's no problem to use it for actual cooking right? Thinking of using this on a camping trip.
the only problem is the size... if you don't mind to cook with mini size utensil that's fine

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