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Great Finds: Thin and Strong Silicone Spatula

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“Silicone spatulas have a lot of pros,” says senior web producer Sarah Breckenridge. “They’re heatproof, and you can throw them in the dishwasher. But a lot of them are either too chunky to effectively scrape the bottom of a pot, or if they are thin enough they’re too flimsy. This spatula/scraper from Orblue has a very thin angled blade, but it’s also rigid enough that it can flip omelets and scrape a bowl or pot clean. I use it for just about everything: folding beaten egg whites and batters, sauteing, spreading frostings on cakes. It’s the tool I wouldn’t be caught without.”

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