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MOBOO & STAINLESS STEEL PARING KNIFE (CHERRY)

MOBOO & STAINLESS STEEL PARING KNIFE (CHERRY)

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Sharon Rose Loomis
Helping, bartering, including animals 'n bugs.

It is so pretty. Just hope my daughter thinks so. She is still sick. I am waiting. Be nice if I had a car. You guys do a lot to help others. Could you come up with more advice about pollinators and good bugs? Everyone says clean up fallen leaves. Because of the bad bugs who hide in them in winter. Well guess what?! Have read Ladybugs do also. In other words the good the bad and, who knows, the ugly do also.
Think about it. You kill the bad and good at the same time. Which plants feed which bugs? Can you help pollinators with an extremely small yard?

This sleek, sturdy, yet elegant paring knife will quickly become essential for preparing food to create savory, healthy meals in your sustainable kitchen.

Natural Home is proud to introduce its line of Moboo® kitchenware-offering durable, nontoxic alternatives to utensils made with chemical-based plastics. We've spent years working with our manufacturing partners on an innovative process that transforms bamboo sawdust left over from the manufacture of our bamboo product line into colorful kitchenware. Moboo® is a great natural product that, unlike plastic, is light on the planet and healthy for you and your family.

The knife is made of Moboo®, which is produced with bamboo sawdust, rice starch and an all-natural, plant-based binder.

A great natural alternative to plastic, Moboo® won't leach chemicals.

Moboo® is made from fully mature bamboo raised in well-managed forests.

Stainless steel is unique in its ability to be recycled. On average, conventional stainless steel is composed of 30 percent recycled content. In Natural Home Products, that amount is 93 percent.

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Sharon Rose Loomis
Helping, bartering, including animals 'n bugs.

It is so pretty. Just hope my daughter thinks so. She is still sick. I am waiting. Be nice if I had a car. You guys do a lot to help others. Could you come up with more advice about pollinators and good bugs? Everyone says clean up fallen leaves. Because of the bad bugs who hide in them in winter. Well guess what?! Have read Ladybugs do also. In other words the good the bad and, who knows, the ugly do also.
Think about it. You kill the bad and good at the same time. Which plants feed which bugs? Can you help pollinators with an extremely small yard?

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