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We have a tradition of giving our grandsons a set of these every year. We looked for them in stores, but could not find them.
There's no such thing as cultural appropriation. The world has, and will always be, a giant melting pot of ideas and cultures. People who use the term are the real racists. These costumes are being given fake reviews by political idiots. Ignore the safe space brats.
This product, while boasting a wonderful non-soy based protein and all kinds of amino acids, has the taste of vitamins when chewed. It leaves a horrible aftertaste and has to be consumed quickly or you won't want to keep it down.
I have dinosaur feet. I didn't always have them but after returning from a Virgin Islands trip 10 years ago I began to notice my feet becoming really rough in spots (heel, lower side section of big toe and side of pinky toe). I went to a podiatrist and she tested for fungus etc but found nothing. So, my days of scraping and moisturizing and wearing socks to bed because I was embarrassed for my husband to accidentally touch my feet during the night began.
I am a chef and kitchen knife collector. Cutco's are cheap stamped knives. They use "surgical grade steal". There is no such thing as surgical grade steal. First of all surgical knives are made to be disposable. So they are not designed to hold an edge over time. Also there is not a standard "surgical steal" used in medical knives such as a scaple. In fact many aren't made of steal at all but other alloys. They also claim to be the sharpest knives you can buy. They are ground very thin so they are very sharp out the box but they are ground so thin that they loose their edge very quickly and can not be brought back. Basically you have a sharp knife for the first few things you cut. Quality knives are based on sharpness and edge retention. Edge retention is almost nonexistent on cutco knives. Really horrible knives. Do your self a favor and pay less for a better knife. Wustoff, global, some henckels are all decent knives. Even cheap victorinox are way better than cutco. I'd say cutco is about on par with those 20 dollar knife sets you see on infomercials.