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Best Pastry Cutters

Updated November 2018
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    We purchase every product we review with our own funds — we never accept anything from product manufacturers.

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    Pastry cutters are a must-have for anyone who loves to bake. These are easy to use and feature a simplistic design, making it easy and quicker to mash items – such as bananas for freshly baked banana bread – or for cutting items into other materials – like butter into flour to make a pie. These devices come in different designs. The first is a design with a wide handle and oblong, curved blades. The next has a handle on the top and then flat blades at the bottom of the blade. The last option is a roller that glides across dough to cut it evenly.

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