Even if you don't have a honey dipper at home, you've probably seen them in commercials for oatmeal, where they evenly drizzle honey over the top.
Honey dippers aren't as popular as they used to be because many people who like sweet things now choose sugar. But honey dippers still have a place in your kitchen. They are especially helpful if you use honey every day.
Even though they are called "honey dippers," you can use them for more than just honey. A honey dipper can be used to drizzle thick, sticky foods like syrups, melted chocolate, and caramel sauce.
A honey dipper may also be called a honey wand or honey stick. No matter what you call it, it does the same thing: it makes it easy to get honey out of the jar without it dripping everywhere and gives you more control when dripping honey.
Using a wooden honey dipper has a lot of good points. With a wooden dipping spoon, you can easily drizzle even the thickest, coldest honey, and it won't scratch or chip your most prized teacups. Wood is naturally resistant to many types of bacteria. This means that wooden dippers are also good for your health.
|Product Name||Wooden Honey Dipper.
|Scientific Name||No specific.|
|Country of Origin
||Originally from the Hebrew.
|Taste & Aroma
|Shelf Life & Storage
||Shelf Life is about 18 months.The best way to store them is in a cool, dark place with a lid that keeps out air.|
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