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  • Wood spoon - What wood type to use?

    Originally posted 12-20-2014 11:54 PM

    What type of wood should be used to make a wooden spoon? Or perhaps a better question, is there types that should not be used?
    I was thinking of using some ash or tulip poplar.

  • #2
    Originally posted 12-21-2014 12:56 AM

    You could probably get away with about anything. A tight grain wood may hold up to getting wet better.

    I googled 'wood for cooking utensils' and it came back with quite a few debates. Oddly, I didnt see ash mentioned. I figured ash would be good (would think prices would be high due to the borer bug going around). I would think poplar would start to come apart since it's kinda stringy/fiberous.

    If you can handle working with it, how about something like maple? i saw cherry mentioned a few times.

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    • #3
      Originally posted 12-21-2014 11:04 AM

      I have an ash to cut down do to ash borer. I was thinking of using some chunks of that.
      I also have some tulip I cut last year that went over in a storm.
      I'll look into it more. I think I have some maple around also.

      thanks

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      • #4
        Originally posted 4-17-2014 10:15 PM
        By: HandyManny85


        I love cooking using wooden spoons. Wife got tons of it made of mahogany and I would say they are still looking great after five years now.

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        • #5
          I use Wooden Spoons for Cooking and I love them.

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