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      When I find something that’s useful to me I like sharing with you guys. On that note, I wanted to share a brand of utensils I discovered. A top requirement for utensils is them being lightweight. Of course plastic utensils fit that criteria, but they’re disposable and bad for the environment. On a whim I ordered from https://www.knork.net/ Not only are they light weight, they’re durable and made from sustainable resources. Unlike plastic they will biodegrade when they are disposed of. If you struggle with heavy silverware, these might be worth checking out. I still want to try a self-leveling spoon one day, but for now they’re out of my price range. Do you guys have a favorite utensil style or brand?

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