There are several types of chopsticks that are used around the world. One of the most common types is the traditional Japanese chopsticks, known as “hashi” in Japanese. These chopsticks are typically made from bamboo or wood and are around 9 inches long. They are tapered at one end and have a smooth surface.
Another type of chopsticks is the Chinese chopsticks, which are similar to Japanese chopsticks but are usually slightly longer, around 10 inches long. They are also made from bamboo or wood but are often thicker and have a rougher surface. Chinese chopsticks are also often square or rectangular in shape, whereas Japanese chopsticks are usually round.
Reusable chopsticks are also becoming increasingly popular. These chopsticks are often made from materials such as plastic, stainless steel, and even glass. These chopsticks are environmentally friendly as they can be washed and reused multiple times, unlike disposable chopsticks which are used only once. Some reusable chopsticks come with a case for easy storage and can be a great travel companion.
A fourth type of chopsticks are the Korean chopsticks, which are known as “sot-dae-guk-gi” in Korean. These chopsticks are usually made of metal and are around 10 inches long. They have a smooth surface and are often plated with silver or gold. They are typically used for special occasions and are often given as gifts to guests.
This, my friends, is what you might find if you go looking for a Pickle Fork. This is NOT cutlery. This is a Pickle Fork Ball Joint Separator – Tempered Drop Forged Steel Construction – 15/16-Inch Tapered Fork with Non-Slip Knurled Handle which is used to taking apart the pieces of a motor vehicle. NO! DO NOT BUY THIS FOR PICKLES. It’s the wrong flatware.
This is something else you might find when you going looking on the internets for a Pickle Fork. This is indeed a Pickle Fork. The piece of fine flatware is the the Pickle Fork you were looking for. This is the working food man’s cutlery. This is the FridgeFork Condiment Fork!
This is a stainless steel 3-prong fork that straps to your jar of pickles, olives, peppers or whatever. No more getting your fingers wet and stinky. The flexible silicone bands (small & large provided ) fit around the rim of nearly any jar with with a fork holder with build in drip tray. It’s top-rack dishwasher safe cause who wants to hang out with the bottom-rack guys anyway?
This Silicone Spatula and Scraper Spoon is something we discovered while looking for double ended spoons (careful with those Google search terms on this one). It seems a good double ended spoon is a rarity in the cutlery world but they do exist. And this flexible flatware seems delightful.
This bright green silicone scraper is 12 inches long and has a double-ended silica gel scraper translucent and a silica gel scraper. We said it twice cause there is two of them 🙂 A sturdy nylon core ensures the strength of spatula and good grips.
Whether it is for mixing and baking or using in Teflon frying pans this double ended tool should do the job. It’s multitasker cutlery.
Camping cutlery. Bring Your Own Cutlery (BYOC). Survival Spork. Many names but in the end they all have the same basic requirements. But sometimes that simple piece of cutlery tries to do more, it wants to be the jack of all trades.
When we go hiking this is the one piece of functional flatware that is always in our pack. It’s a cheap and effective multi-tasker. This is a Rambo Spork.
This is the MeiNvShe Camping Spork Multi-Function Fork Spoon 5 in 1 Stainless Steel Spork.
Fork and spoon design, can be used as cookware. With bottle opener, it is convenient for you. Multi-functional, great for outdoor travel. Within a spoon, fork, bottle opener, Can opener and Sawtooth cutter. Environmental and safe to use. With buckle, idea for hanging on the bag, key rings. Perfect small gifts for friends and relatives. Made of stainless steel, hardness and durable enough.