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Joyce Chen 33-2017, Burnished Bamboo All Purpose Spatula, 13-Inch
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- No stain or paint used
- Made of bamboo
- Will not scratch non-stick cookware
- Resistant to heat and steam damage
- Dishwasher safe
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Joyce Chen 13-inch Burnished Bamboo All-Purpose Spatula is beautiful and practical. A handy tool that's gentle on cookware, this spatula is crafted from natural bamboo for an ideal combination of strength and moderate weight. Efficient in action, the spatula won't scratch nonstick cookware or scrape seasoned carbon steel. The 13-inch length keeps hands comfortably far from heat without sacrificing control and the material is moisture-resistant. Safe in the dishwasher. The spatula has been burnished to create a rich, smooth finish. Bamboo which is heat resistant so it stands up to high temperatures, especially from a wok. It won't soften like other wood utensils and is resistant to stains, heat and steam damage.
Top Customer Reviews
I don't know what happened to the Joyce Chen line, but the new bamboo products are terrible. They are from inferior bamboo with impossible to remove labels stuck tenaciously to the back of the bowl of the spoon.
But that isn't the worst problem - which is that the cheap bamboo is covered with a nasty pale yellow shellac or varnish, unevenly applied and unevenly adhering to the wood. Who knows what that is made out of (it's made in China) but I don't want it near any of my food, and I can't stand the feel of it in my hand. If I scratch it with my fingernail it flakes off - yuck.
This isn't the nice piece of bamboo that helps me in the kitchen - it is a cheap varnished piece of wood (albeit bamboo) that goes straight in the garbage.
The edges are not fine, but they are not overly thick. It is about the same as the paddle that came with my wok, but about 6 inches longer so it is better to do stir fry with.
This is what I now use for all Wok Cooking in my very large Wok.