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  • Chop herbs with a mezzaluna: Finding it tricky to chop herbs with a knife? We hear you! Try the mezzaluna for more than just the mouloukhieh. You’ll find it’s quick and easy and will turn any bunch of green into finely chopped perfection.
  • Cut herbs with scissors: This works when herbs are for garnishing, simply place your bunch in a container like flowers in a vase and cut the leaves you need with kitchen scissors.
  • Chop vegetable with a pizza cutter: Yes, this gem is useful on more than just dough and pizza. You can use it to quickly chop bell peppers, carrots, cucumber into even slices.
  • Chopping cherry tomatoes: Raise your hand if you have trouble chopping cherry tomatoes and grapes. Well, we have a solution for you. Place those slippery ingredients between two plates, and secure the tomatoes or grapes in place (careful don’t push too hard or you’ll squish them). Simply run a large sharp knife between the 2 plates and voila, perfect halves.
  • Cutting up a watermelon: Wondering how to serve watermelon? Serve it in cubes, and save your guest the mess of having to cut up large slices themselves. Here’s how you do it. Take off a little from the top and bottom of the watermelon and then proceed with peeling it – you’ll need a big knife for that. Then cut in half, and then into even slabs. Place the slabs one by one on your cutting board and then chop into cubes.
  • The perfect julienne: Chopping up vegetables like carrots and zucchini julienne style, to add to noodles for example, is really difficult, but we have a solution for that. First, cut your vegetables in half, then use a knife to cut deep lines across each half. Spread the lines as wide as you want your julienne slices to be. Then use a vegetable peeler to get your julienne slices!