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    Handcrafted Sheesham Wooden Cooking & Serving Spoon

    Partners: HAVELI CHRONICLES

    SKU: KNH/39/2

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    FAQ

    Advantages of wooden spoons:

    1. Wooden spoons are soft and do not scratch.

    2. Solid wooden spoon.

    3. Wooden spoons do not conduct heat.

    4. Wooden spoons do not react badly to your food.

    5. Wooden spoons do not affect the cooking temperature.

    6. Wooden spoons do not release harmful chemicals.

    Wooden spoons are softer and the edges are not sharp enough to scratch the plate. This is especially useful for non-stick cookware that can break down unhealthy substances in the food.

    Wooden spoons need to be strong enough to last several years without cracking or cracking. Choose woods known for their durability and high quality, such as beech, maple, olive, cherry, bamboo, oak and teak.

    A cheap wooden spoon is probably made from pine, but the best quality wooden spoons are made from olive, bamboo, oak, or maple. Since they are harder woods, they are less likely to crack.

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