Truong Son Hardwood Chopsticks
If you have tried coconut chopsticks, then you know what a pain they can be to wash as they always want to splinter and the grain wants to catch on the washcloth or scrub pad. While I love the look of the wood grain we have given up on using them in everyday practice. We’ve since switched to using these Hardwood Chopsticks, they are easier to wash and smooth to the touch. Beechwood has long been used for foodstuffs and is considered safe for eating utensils. Beechwood doesn’t pick up smells from food like most other types of wood. Bamboo is another wood type often used for chopsticks but, it like coconut is also open grain and splinters easily.
We like the hardwood chopsticks the best and we think you will like them too.
Measuring approximate 9-1/2″ long the tapered design feels comfortable in the hand and are easy to use. Sold in packs of 20 sticks (10 pairs) Made in Vietnam.