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Wooden Uten­sils won’t Scratch Your Cook­ware Wooden uten­sils are soft and very gen­tle in use with the most del­i­cate cook­ing sur­faces. One of the dis­tinct ad­van­tages of wooden spat­u­las is that they are not go­ing to scratch the fin­ish on your non­stick coat­ings.

They also won’t scratch your cast iron or stain­less steel pots, and in op­po­site to metal uten­sils they are nice and quiet to use.

Wooden Spoons don’t Con­duct Heat An­other rea­son that wooden uten­sils are su­pe­rior to metal uten­sils is that they don’t con­duct heat.

If you leave a wooden spoon in the hot pot for a long time, the han­dle will still stay cool. With a metal spoon, you’ll end up with a burned hand. The plas­tic spoon will melt if it stirs some­thing re­ally hot or it rests on the side of a hot pan.

Wood is an In­ert Ma­te­rial An­other plus for the wooden uten­sils is that wood is non-re­ac­tive and won’t leach harm­ful chem­i­cals into your food.

Wooden uten­sils won’t re­act with the acids in foods and leave a metal­lic taste, like some metal spoons.

Easy to Grip Han­dles Hold­ing a metal spoon can be un­com­fort­able to grip, while hard edges can dam­age del­i­cate in­gre­di­ents. The wooden spoon han­dles are gen­tly rounded and feel nice in your hand. And you feel com­fort­able while us­ing it.

De­sign An­other ben­e­fit of wooden kitchen tools is that they look fab­u­lously beau­ti­ful and el­e­gant.

The cre­ative and artis­tic de­sign of wooden uten­sils gives beau­ti­ful ap­pear­ance to the kitchen. Hand­crafted wooden spoons are truly unique func­tional works of art that make won­der­ful gifts. For your wooden kitchen tools, you can visit Rups Big Bear and pur­chase it straight away.

- re­luc­tant­gourmet.com

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