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Silicone tongs

VFish | Feb 19, 202005:48 PM     6

I don't remember where it was recently discussed how slippery silicone tongs are, but I have found a pair that work very well and thought I'd share! These are actually silicone coated and have a good grip and very easy to use. They are pretty long but work well for the silicone. I got mine at Kohls, I ordered a bunch of kitchen tools and stuff with 30% off and an extra 15% on top of that with their home sale so they turned out pretty cheap considering. So if interested, price around and consider coupons and such.

I don't know why Chowhound doesn't have a tag for utensils or kitchen tools. Closest I could find was pastry tools. So it's under nonstick tag.

Amazon.com: Zyliss Cook N Serve Silicone and Stainless Steel Tongs, 13-Inch, Red: Food Tongs: Kitchen & Dining

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