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Friday, May 30, 2014

Green Organic Spatulas

 Ecommflash have sent me  another set of awesome wooden utensils  for review.  They sent me two spatulas this time.  One is made from birch tree solid wood while the other is made of  dark adler tree solid wood.  
I love the growth ring details on the handles!
Not only that they are good  to use when I make my potato hash on the weekends but ....
they are also good in taking out  my keish eggs from the tray.
Ecommflash  makes wooden utensils  out of eco-friendly green organic trees.  I have used bamboo utensils before and I  can say and attest  that  these wooden utensils that I got from them are much better.  So if you want to  consider going green in your kitchen, choose  wooden utensils like these from Ecommflash over  other  utensils.  You may purchase these spatulas through this  link.  Thank you so much once again Ecommflash!

Disclaimer: The author of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review. Opinions expressed is not in anyway influenced by other factors. The product/s mentioned above was provided for FREE for evaluation purposes.

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Rhodesia said...

Great idea. We will be away in Span and Portugal for the next month. Will catch up on our return. Take care Diane

Juliana said...

Love, love these. I'm all for going green. After all, I munch, juice and cook greens every single day. Kidding aside though, I'd love to have one of those.

Eileen said...

Wooden utensils are great for cooking. I remember my grandmother who would not use anything made of aluminum or steel. Those spatulas you have are beautiful and I agree with you, there is nothing better than going back to basics. Wood it is!

papaleng said...

My wife goes for wooden kitchen utensils and she will definitely love to have these in our kitchen.

Jessica Cassidy said...

Those are very nice and cool looking wooden spatulas Sis. It is perfect to cook when using our best frying pan that we do not want to scratch it. I would love to try this too :-) It is awesome that is organic too. It is the best ever ;)

MaryJane Tauyan said...

wow things likes this sounds weird to me eco friendly organic trees another term I've never heard before but sure is vegetarians would love to use this too!

betchai said...

oh, can't help but stare at your yummy foods, you are such a great cook, Rose, will look into those spatulas

Travel Quest said...

I like that wooden spatula sis how much is that do you know? And the last pic shape like pizza is that omellet? How did you make that pls share your recipe i wanna make it too looks delicious.Thanks in advance.

Anna said...

I love cooking and I like to use wooden spatulas :)

Jonas Labagala said...

Unique spatulas! And what made the spatulas attractive are the growth rings itself. :)

mail4rosey said...

I like to cook with Bamboo. I love that they don't scratch my pans.

Marie said...

That is very useful and very unique too.

April McGregor said...

I love eccomflash products. they are very nice! i use mine while cooking all the time.

Jhady said...

I really want to try their products. I have wooden cooking utensils here but they are too old and flaky. It's probably 30 yr old. I like the designs of these spatulas.

Momi Glenz said...

great review... thanks for sharing.. i need to check this out!

Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen said...

I so love the design of that spatula!

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