If you've tried using a kitchen knife on a butternut or acorn squash, you know how difficult it can be — and dangerous, too, if the knife slips. This handy tool makes it fast and easy to prepare these vegetables for roasting or stuffing. The sharp teeth on the stainless steel saw pierce and cut through the tough outer skin, and the scoop makes quick work of removing seeds. Also handy for slicing melons and carving pumpkins. BPA-free. Made by Chef'n, makers of high-quality, innovative and time-saving kitchen tools and gadgets.
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from Keeseville ,NY
Comments about : ScoopSaw�:
The saw works great! The scoop is fantastic ! Scoop works so much better & easier than a spoon!Like this set so much that I bought one & gave it for a Christmas present & then came back & bought another set,for a spare or for a another present! The saw could be a little longer but that doesn't stop it from working great! If you cut squash& pumpkins you need this! Works so much better than a knife & spoon!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Newfangled but handy tool.
Pumpkins and hard-shelled squash are frequent fruits processed in my kitchen. I thought this tool might be a little safer than the big knife and machete action I've been using. This little saw works fine as does the scoop.
By Nancy the Gardner
from Marshalltown, IA
What a unique idea. This will be great utensil to use with melons and especially squash since they are so tough to cut open safely.
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By Dean W.
from Chicago, IL
I got one of these for myself and one for my elderly parents--they love winter squash, but have a lot of trouble slicing them open and seeding them with a knife. The included saw starts slicing easily with its point, and zips right through a hard squash easily and safely. Its handle is also a good fit for arthritic hands. The scoop is also easier to handle than the tablespoon my parents usually use to scoop out squash seeds, and is very efficiently and easily used. This tool will also work very well with cantaloupes and melons.
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