Who has an Oxo Scraper / Chopper?

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I just bought this at Whole Foods. It'll come in handy when you need to scrape the cutting board or for chopping soft foods, such as dough & other soft things in the kitchen during food prep. It has an ergonomic non-slip rubber handle for a comfy grip!! Markings for measurements up to 6 inches at the bottom. You can also pick up chopped foods such as meat & veggies with it, to put in the skillet or pot. :whistling:
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I have two bench scrapers, but not the OXO brand. They are very handy for scooping up chopped and diced foods, like diced onions, to dump into a pan. I use mine pretty regularly.

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Try THIS to get your plastic cutting boards sparling clean!! Just spray some of it on, wait 15 - 20 minutes, rinse & there you are!! Your cutting board will look brand spanking new!! :whistling:
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Here are mine:

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Those fingerprints on the top one are from me just now running that scraper forcibly over my cutting boards. Thanks for giving me another obsession, Rocklobster ! :laugh:

I think that jaggedly one is for cake decorating and shepherd’s pie marking.
 

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Here are mine:

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Those fingerprints on the top one are from me just now running that scraper forcibly over my cutting boards. Thanks for giving me another obsession, Rocklobster ! :laugh:

I think that jaggedly one is for cake decorating and shepherd’s pie marking.

There's also one that seems to have little sides folded up to help keep the contents from spilling onto the floor. Like THIS one!! :whistling: https://www.amazon.com/Rachael-Ray-Cucina-Gadgets-Scrape/dp/B00MVX3V9Q/ref=sr_1_39?crid=1VHZJWZPIZ9DX&keywords=chopper+scraper&qid=1668018913&s=home-garden&sprefix=,garden,72&sr=1-39
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Here are mine:

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Those fingerprints on the top one are from me just now running that scraper forcibly over my cutting boards. Thanks for giving me another obsession, Rocklobster ! :laugh:

I think that jaggedly one is for cake decorating and shepherd’s pie marking.
That one on the bottom left reminds me of an old K-Tel hair trimmer my mother used on us for a spell. I see them still for sale as pet groomers.
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GadgetGuy

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I remember those. They had those teeth, and a blade, IIRC. I'm not sure if they cut hair, or ripped hair out. It felt like the latter. :laugh:

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I think that the best way to do it is to take the cutting board with Whatever you've chopped to the skillet or pot & scrape it off with the scraper & into the skillet or pot. :whistling:
 
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