Ever soaked yr wooden spoons in boiling water?

It’s not very nice

I’d rather die

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It’s not pretty. I’d just washed these up in clean water as well.

If you get a blocked tear duct, you should soak the wooden spoon in boiling water and then allow the steaming spoon to sit 'neath your eye, where wondrous cure will occur.

I BET YOU DO YOU DIRTY OLD BOLLOCKS I BET YOU FUCKING DO

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A wet wooden spoon that still has bits of scrambled egg on it :nauseated_face::nauseated_face::nauseated_face:

Might start compiling posts that would be good Dry Cleaning lyrics

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Don’t soak wood too long, it’ll split/warp

Wood is largely fine even if a bit mucky as “As an organic material, the natural cellulose contained in wood actively destroys bacteria both on its surface and deeply embedded within its fibres.”

That’s why wooden chopping boards should always be used rather than plastic/glass.

Embrace your mucky spoons <3

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Totally coveting your Asda own-brand Lemsip

Would kill* for Lemsip rn

*metaphorically

yes, once

Great post. Just surprising how much muck comes out of them

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Looked like a pint of stock

kids across the country are falling prey to the latest DiS craze, “wooden spooning”. it’s only a matter of time before someone is seriously hurt

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AWWSTSHBOSEOI? I’ll stick with SOAWJO thank you.

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Just put ‘new wooden spoons’ on my Christmas list

Might have a go at this in a bit

I worry more about allergens with wood. No idea if that’s justified but I imagine plastic spoons to have less stuff stuck to them.

To be clear I’m not allergic to wood, just thinking about the relative likelihood of some of my partner’s pasta or whatever ending up in whatever I cook the next day

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