The Best Wood For Cooking Utensils

Hardwoods are ideal for cooking tools, according to Cully's Kitchen.

They have a tighter grain and are less porous than softwoods, making them ideal for culinary usage

Hardwoods including Teak, Oak, Sapele, and Meranti are deciduous 

Wooden utensils also have the potential to destroy microorganisms between usage

Despite their porous nature, wooden utensils are naturally antibacterial when properly cared for.

 A UC-Davis Food Safety Lab research discovered that bacteria on wood cooking surfaces is either washed away or absorbed into the wood, where it cannot multiply and dies. 

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