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How To - Knife Skills - The Claw Grip

How To - Knife Skills - The Claw Grip

24/01/2013

Holding Safely For Cutting - The Claw Grip


For slightly older children using sharp knives or for younger children cutting softer foods, this grip is a safe way to keep fingers out of the way and they will be able to use it as they get older and their knife skills improve.


This
video from Food A Fact Of Life shows how to brilliantly.




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