Kent Wang Ebony Chopsticks (6 Pairs)
Kent Wang Ebony Chopsticks (6 Pairs)
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A slow-growing tropical wood that’s naturally black in color, ebony is sleek and dense enough to sink when dropped in water. It’s on bold display in these chopsticks from Kent Wang Read More

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Kevin
4307
Outreach
Nov 12, 2020
I just read some reviews and am shocked by how loved these chopsticks are... ordered 2 sets for myself to see what all the hype is about :)
BokChoy
25
Sep 29, 2020
That picture of the hand holding the chopsticks so low bothers me more than it should.
It brings shame to our ancestors. We were not consulted for that photo shoot.
CaptainNemo412
59
Sep 29, 2020
I waited for this drop, just to realize that I can order 6 pairs directly from kent wang for just 3 more dollars with immediate shipping. Spent even less because I did not need 6 pairs.
SquirrelPorridge
66
Jul 15, 2020
The only time I use wooden chopsticks is for cooking with non-stick cookware or for propping up lids and the like, so it makes sense for the chopsticks to be cheap and disposable, in which case a pack of 20 high quality ones is 5 dollars or less. Japan makes some excellent plastic chopsticks that are dishwashable for actual eating.
JaegerD
151
Oct 6, 2020
Well it's a good thing you wanted to share your usage of the plastic variant and the cheap wooden chops. If you wased by hand, these could cover both eating and kid propping Keep on keeping on I guess
Mate, I gave your miscomprehension an easy out, but you seem determined to keep digging that hole rather than letting it go. I’ll spell it out for you: the wood will warp and scorch if you use it for cooking, meaning expensive wooden chopsticks are a waste.
RayF
23678
Jul 15, 2020
Not a big fan of chopsticks but assuming you are, please don't use them to eat Sushi. It's not as trendy, and definitely not as safe as its purveyors would have you believe...
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https://www.cnn.com/2020/07/14/health/throat-worm-japan-intl-scli/index.html
Honeybadgers
307
Nov 17, 2020
Joke's on you motherfucker. I DON'T HAVE ANY TONSILS. that means I'm completely immune.
RayF
23678
Nov 17, 2020
"In the event tonsils are unavailable, the parasites make their way directly to the victim's brain. Signs of brain infestation include, turrets-like use of profanities and typing in italicized caps."
cornstar
28
May 18, 2020
Anyone know which country these are manufactured in?
They are made in China, where most of the world's master chopstick craftsmen ('sifu' is the Chinese term) live.
14themoney
1339
Nov 12, 2020
Let me see if I have this. The sifu man makes these so I can eat seafood.
slickhead
5
May 15, 2020
Are these tactical chopsticks? When I am employed with mercenary duties overseas I need chopstcks that are capable of incapacitating threats at a moments notice.
dreamwrx
1
Jul 16, 2020
John Wick approves
33ww
17
Jul 16, 2020
No, they are "EDC" chopsticks.
ciber
126
May 15, 2020
Can i put it in dish washer to wash?
No. As with all wooden utensils, hand wash only, as the high heat of a dishwasher will cause warping. It really takes no more than 30 seconds to wash a set of 6 pairs.
jfortner3
3
Mar 29, 2020
Ebony is not all black, in fact much of it is marbled with white. They discard the white and marbled wood, which IMHO is very beautiful. Very wasteful.
Kavik
5321
Jul 15, 2020
Necro-post, but.... It's not marbled throughout, you're talking about the difference between the heartwood (the core) and the sapwood (the outer rings). Sapwood is generally softer, less dense, and has a higher moisture content to start with than the heartwood. While i love a good mix too, i wouldn't want that in something as thin as chopsticks, or that is intended to get wet. Your be guaranteeing warping and cracks in no time flat, as the lighter wood would soak up more water when you wash them, and the two parts of the wood would dry at a different rate.
er25
6
Mar 28, 2020
I do not believe Ebony is a sustainable wood, as this is not explicit in this deal (source of the wood, whether is has been ecologically harvested and is from a sustainable source) I will not consider this deal and keep using my very sustainable bamboo chopsticks.
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