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  1. I love this recipe, however I don’t happen to have the proper grade of Rosemary on hand, could I maybe use oregano oil instead? It has similar properties. Thank for the recipe!

  2. Hey, you have shared very nice information.
    In my opinion, Wooden spoons give you a firm strong handle to hold, making stirring easier and more effective­ and without any fear of the handle breaking.

    1. Thanks so much for stopping by! Yes, they absolutely do. I’ve actually had flimsy handles break on me in the past – which is why I LOVE wooden spoons. 🙂

  3. Unique information over here.
    You are completely right, To keep your wooden utensils glowing and in the best possible condition, about once a month rub them with mineral oil.

  4. This post’s super informative! I love my wooden kitchen utensils and boards. I didn’t know I have to season them. Thank you for sharing!

  5. I love my wooden utensils, but I had no idea I should do this! I definitely want to start taking better care of them, so thanks so much for sharing!

  6. I had no idea you had to season wood. Thanks for such a helpful post. I am definitely going to be using all your great tips.

  7. Thanks for sharing how to season wooden spoons! Someone in the house often tries to help and soaks mine, so they could use a little tlc!

  8. Great idea for the wood butter and adding the rosemary essential oil to it. I’m just starting to get into having more wood items in the kitchen. At first it seems like a big deal that they can’t go in the dishwasher. But if you take care of them properly so they don’t crack, they’ll last forever. And they’re so much nicer than plastic.

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