Innovation and technology serve us in so many different ways. Whether it’s making things more convenient, easier, or faster, new tools and techniques allow us to live our lives in different ways. Needless to say, new isn’t always better. When it comes to the kitchen, wooden kitchen tools still reign supreme on the Winger homestead. On today’s episode, I expand on why these phenomenal tools deserve a place in your kitchen. I explain what you need to do in order to properly clean and care for your wooden utensils. I also discuss the most common myth with wood in the kitchen (hint: bacteria) and provide some information that’s likely to shock you.
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Podcast Episode Resources and Links Mentioned
• Spoon Butter Blog: https://www.theprairiehomestead.com/2018/01/homemade-spoon-butter-recipe.html
• Old World Kitchen: https://www.poldersoldworldmarket.com
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More From-Scratch Kitchen Tips:
- Salt: The Unsung Hero of Your Homestead Kitchen (blog post)
- How to Put an Instant Pot to Work in Your Homestead Kitchen (blog post)
- 5 Kitchen Tools I Can’t Live Without (podcast)
- DIY Shiplap Kitchen Backsplash (blog post)