Teak Avacado Knife
Teak Avacado Knife
Cooking and food are very important in Thai culture. Most people know and love Thai food, but the sharing of food is an important feature of life in Thailand, whether it be street food, or from a restaurant or at home.
The Thai word for knife is มีด (Mit) and for a small kitchen knife is มีดปอกผลไม้ (MIT POK PHONLAMAI).
Handcrafted from sustainably harvested Teak wood, which is very hard, strong and durable, it is great for your cooking and kitchen needs.
Find out more about why Teak is such a great wood for Kitchen utensils here
This knife is perfect for extracting avacado, the curve of the blade lets is slide between skin and flesh of the fruit smoothly, enabling all the flesh to be popped out and then the knife can be used to spread it smoothly on toast or crackers or however you wish.
The knife is 17 cm's long, and the blade is 2.5 cm's wide
There are no chemicals or lacquers or colour dyes used in making the spatula, it is 100 % food safe
Handwash only and you can re-oil periodically with a food safe oil. With simple care this beautiful knife will last a lifetime.
This is individually handcrafted. The purchase of it helps maintain a village and the surrounding environment, enabling skills to be learnt and passed on.
Note each item is individually made, so grains in the wood will vary from piece to piece
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