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Posted 22 March 2023

Tala Plastic Lettuce Knife - £3.41 @ Amazon

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Cutting into lettuce leaves with a plastic knife avoids oxidation and the browning of leaves as a result. The perfec tool for healthy salad making and eating. Made from safe, non-toxic plastic in a bright green colour which will look great in your kitchen drawer. Can also be used to cut into cakes, pies and pastry

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1 x Lettuce Knife
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  1. alrightnow's avatar
    Does not work. Cut lettuce oxidises. The knife material makes no difference.
    chompyrud's avatar
    Thankyou. Cancelled it now after looking up about it too
  2. chompyrud's avatar
    Anyone know if this actually works I'm forever chucking lettuce away?
  3. Parappathepappa's avatar
    Someone is definitely trolling us with the utterly unnecessary kitchen gadgets today.

    The only way to reduce oxidation/browning, is to reduce the oxygen exposure. So if you really want to cut it now to use later, bag it immediately, squeezing the air out before you seal it airtight. Or cut it in space.
    finknottle's avatar
    A squeeze of lemon juice mixed in will also help, as it’s high in vitamin C - which is an antioxidant. Also works for things like chopped up fruit (e.g. fruit salad), and avocado.
  4. morrig's avatar
    Have lettuce for a week or two without going of, just brake of whats needed then use hand? or knife to cut up,then vinaigrette, sorted.
  5. chris_kinnear's avatar
    For opening the bag, before putting the lettuce in the bin, presumably?
  6. Truffian69's avatar
    Chop then bag up with Helium. That's what pre prepared chopped lettuce and leaves are packed in.
    No oxygen to oxidise.
    Saw it on Inside The Factory a few years back.
    Can get helium fairly cheap or with balloons etc for parties, if your that bothered. (edited)
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