In some cultures, eating with bare hands is a norm. But let’s face it, bare hands cannot deal with every kind of food, including piping hot noodles. The solution? Well, I mean, “solution” is assuming you are adamant about eating with bare hands, that is.
The age-old debate about what utensil to use and how it should be used when creating a peanut butter and jelly sandwich will never have a resolution. However, there is one tool that will have you covered no matter what is your choice of utensil – unless your choice is the pump.
Remember the super cool finger-worn chopsticks, SNACTIV? It is previously not available in Japan but it is now, thanks to the newly appointed distributor, Earth Ship Co., Ltd.
Regular person keeps their hands busy with fidget toys like a spinner. Meanwhile, ninja keep their hands busy with ChopChucks 2.0. Clearly, the ninja is a winner here because when it is time to savor those sushi sifu made, it can swiftly turn into a pair of chopsticks.
Salt adds flavor to food and yet too much of it is bad for health and may lead to high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke, among other things. The key is, well, moderation but for people who can’t consume salt at all, there’s the Electro Fork that uses electric shock to simulate salty taste …
Some time ago I came across an interesting product known as “fingers chopsticks” on a Chinese shopping platform. Fingers chopsticks are short, “wearable” chopsticks. It goes onto the fingers, letting you pick up snacks like chips and whatnot without using bare fingers thus leaving them clean to type on your keyboard or use the controller.
Anyone who have used a pair of chopsticks will know how versatile it is. However, no one knew that it could fun too as demonstrated by ChopChucks. You heard that right. Fun. Chopsticks.
You have heard of spork. That’s a hybrid of spoon and fork for those who have been living in the amazon rain forest. But have you heard of a Krunch? Well, Krunch is exactly what the 9924 KA-BAR is.
Everyone loves Cheetos, but not everyone loves what consuming Cheetos leave behind, i.e. the stain on the fingers. You could head to the bathroom have them washed and in process, break you bingeing in front of the TV. No. That should not even happen and it is precisely why there is a thing called Chip …
Do your cereal snap, crackle and pop? No? That’s probably you are having Kellogg’s Rice Krispies because, those does snap, crackle and pop. Wait. You can’t hear ’em? Well, then perhaps, the Snap Crackle and Pop Amplification Cereal Bowl will be able to help you hear those delectable sound better. Perhaps not just hear better. …