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Do you use metal, wooden, or plastic utensils in the kitchen while cooking?

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We had to use plastic or wood when we had a non stick pan, but we chucked it out in favour of a cast iron one so now it's wood or metal. I hated the plastic ones, which got accidentally melted a bit a few times.
I no longer use metal as I have fat free saucepans and even though you CAN use them on Woll (The brand all my saucepans etc are), I do not!

I use plastic (though it cannot be ordinary plastic!) as well as that rubbery stuff though mostly the black plastic type stuff and also I often use wooden spoons/stirrers.
by Finy
Plastic Only.
I don't want to mark my frypan.
I do use one metal meat chopper, in a special pan.
I dislike wood.
One for us poms . . it's quite funny :-))
by Rice
by jonaja
I have really high quality stainless steel cookware which I have had since 1993,and it still looks just like new after all these years! I use both wooden and the 'safe' plastic utensils when cooking,and I do have a super 'flipper-type thing(what ARE these called,for heaven's sake?!!! It is on the tip of my tongue!) for turning foods in the frypan,which happens to be metal(stainless steel)
In England the silly thing is called a fish slice. My other half calls it a flipperator!! LOL
by Rice
Oh,Thank You so much! I shall now call the flippin' thing a 'Flipperator' and do so with great humour!!!
by Jules
I have an array. I use the one most suitable for the surface. I have 2 bamboo spatulas that I quite like.
by Rice
I have a lot of wooden spoons for some reasons or all shapes and sizes
I use a combination of all three !! I have a wooden spoon. The others are just different types we have bought over the years, since we were married.
All of the above
When browning mince it's wooden spatula type. For gravies and mashed potato, it's heavy duty plastic.
I use all three but avoid using metal on saucepans that can mark.
by Vee
Depends on ingredients being used for whatever I'm cooking, & of which type of surface cooking appliance is made.

I use all three, variously, with good results.
I use mostly metal utensils and a few plastic ones as well.
I prefer wood or metal.
Whatever I can grab first (especially if the food's in the frypan and starting to turn dark brown) !
Mine are still left over from 48 years ago, so I have mostly metal, 2 wooden mixing spoons, 4 or 5 plastic times, as well as the 2 plastic sieves, 3 lemon squeezers, & 3 sets of measuring cups.
by Miro
And I also a glass lemon squeezer. & 2 glass measuring jugs, 1 small 1 & 1 much larger 1!
by Miro
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