I love to garden, but I confess, I haven’t been faithful about growing herbs in my yard. I’ve always been a tomatoes, peas, strawberries and fruit trees kind of a gal. Well, this last year as I’ve changed my health habits, I’ve begun using herbs much more in my cooking and eating. That means I need to start growing herbs to make it more frugal, right? Right!
So far this year I’ve started growing Stevia, Basil, and Mint. I want to add Oregano and Cilantro. Maybe there are other great herbs other than these that I need to try…help me out here, what is missing?
One thing I felt that was missing was a harvesting tool – because if I’m going to start growing herbs, I want to do it right, and I want the tools to keep me motivated. Enter these awesome Magnifeko Herb Scissors. Let me tell you why they rock:
- 5 TIMES AS FAST Herb scissors with 5 blades that perfectly tear & shred herbs 500% faster than kitchen shears.
- DURABLE CONSTRUCTION Stainless steel kitchen scissors won’t bend, rust or corrode. Ultra sharp herbs scissors blades hold their edge well
- • SIMPLE CLEAN-UP GUARANTEED Just place the kitchen shears in the dishwasher after cooking or gardening!
My favorite thing about these is the FAST cutting. I love the extra blades in this pair of scissors! Holy cow, it makes me feel like a pro. Just look at those beautifully cut up chives in my taco soup:
So, let me summarize my feelings about these.
- 5 blades make it SO easy and SO fast to cut your herbs. Holy cow, it is a mega time saver!
- They look awesome. Call me shallow, but I am so much more likely to use something when I like it’s look. It’s just the truth.
- Good price – currently they are on sale for just $12.50 ($11.95 for the green ones), and I feel like that’s a great deal!
- Safety cover – my son is very curious about these “special” scissors, and so I like having that cover to put on to hide the blades – keeps his curiosity at bay, and I don’t have to worry as much about him cutting himself.
- I know the description says they are easy to wash, but they aren’t always easy to rinse for me. I found that herbs would get stuck in the blades and I’d have to get a knife to push them out at times.
Seriously, what other herbs should I be growing? 😀
*I received a complimentary pair of Magnifeko Herb Scissors for the purposes of this review. NO monetary compensation was received. The opinions are mine alone.