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Environmentally Friendly Kitchen Utensils


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Should be "politically correct" and "environmentally friendly"

 

Bamboo

 

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I have wood utensils from black cherry in use for 30 years . . .

olive wood stuff that dates to 1970.

 

seems to me . . . buy once, lasts a life time = environmentally friendly.

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I bought a portable utensil kit for use in the office, I was aggravated with all the plastic ware being used. Full size stainless steel fork, knife, spoon, chopsticks, and straws. Came with a soft pouch and straw cleaning brush, plus a plastic outer case. Very satisfied with the quality.

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"Only dull people are brilliant at breakfast" - Oscar Wilde

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