Dexas is a Texas-based company that believes in creating healthful products that are made in the USA. Since 1969, Dexas has been at the forefront of creating innovative, American-made cutting boards and kitchen tools. Even the materials used to make these products are produced in the United States. Today, Dexas is a leading designer and manufacturer of quality cutting boards, kitchen gadgets, and silicone heat-resistant products. If you’re looking for unique and durable tools to add to your kitchen, look no further than the Dexas brand at Pleasant Hill Grain.
Dexas products are made with BPA-free silicone and polypropylene. Unlike plastic or rubber, silicone is scratch resistant, flexible, and doesn't retain odors or water. The Dexas Silicone Spatula and the Stainless & Silicone Spoonula can be used in hot pans up to 500°F/260°C and are dishwasher safe. Dexas uses polypropylene in their cutting boards because it’s naturally nonstick and is bacteria and odor resistant.
Dexas Cutting Boards
Pleasant Hill Grain offers several varieties of Dexas cutting boards. The Polypropylene Granite SuperBoard is lightweight, break resistant, and is available in two colors and three sizes. Try the Jelli Chop & Scoop for cutting juicy fruits and vegetables. Its curved shape and handle make cutting and scooping ingredients quick and easy. The Dexas Polypropylene Grippboards are made of thick polypropylene and have rubber feet to create a stable cutting surface. Dexas has the cutting board for your specific kitchen needs.
Making Pizza with Dexas
The Dexas Pizza Slice & Serve Board is ideal for cutting the perfect slice of pizza. The equally-spaced grooves guide your cutter, and the handles allow you to easily carry your pizza to the dinner table. Try using the Dexas Pizza Roller Cutter to cut pizza without the use of sharp metal blades.
Dexas at Pleasant Hill Grain
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