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liuzhou

liuzhou

5 hours ago, mgaretz said:

I have one, only used it a few times and it's been in a drawer for many years.  I use my wooden "spoontula" (a word I just made up) that I bought at an Asian grocery years ago for stir-fries, but II use it for almost everything in a pan or wok.

 

I do the same, but mine are metal. We call them 铲子 (chǎn zi) or just (chǎn), but I'll happily go along with "spoontula". This one is 30 inches / 76 cm long. Sort of like a remote  control!

 

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liuzhou

liuzhou

5 hours ago, mgaretz said:

I have one, only used it a few times and it's been in a drawer for many years.  I use my wooden "spoontula" (a word I just made up) that I bought at an Asian grocery years ago for stir-fries, but II use it for almost everything in a pan or wok.

 

I do the same, but mine are metal. We call them 铲子 (chǎn zi) or just (chǎn), but I'll happily go along with "spoontula". This one is 30 inches /76 cm long. Sort of like a remote  control!

 

20210506_090845.thumb.jpg.157905035ae38f9051c97fcd3cd312e0.jpg

 

 

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