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From Paper Pulp Eating Utensils to Avian-Inspired Eats

 - Sep 1, 2012
If you have yet to master the skill of using chopsticks, you can at least appreciate these charming chopstick designs. Many people who have attempted the two wooden sticks that make up chopsticks have been left feeling discouraged and frustrated, as using chopsticks is definitely more difficult than the traditional knife and fork combo many Americans grew up with.

Just like anything that is being taught, practice makes perfect. Currently, chopsticks exist for beginners looking to learn. These kinds of chopsticks offer instructions and are commonly fused at one end. This fusion allows people to learn how to hold and maneuver the front of the chopsticks. Once this is learned they can graduate to the real deal.

Aside from the instructive chopsticks, there are also chopstick designs that are animal, genre and even body-party themed. Even if you are not ready to brave chopstick utensils, individuals can feel free to admire their designs from afar.