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#1 posted 11-19-2016 07:41 PM



Artisans that make soap.Use wooden spoons I know this to be true because I ve bought one from a store that sell fancy soap and supply s to make soap.The one I bought was beech and I paid 20 I think.They had fancier ones made from olive wood I think they were about 35.
I like have a wood spoon in the kitchen along with my maple cutting boards.
Unfortunately it s one of those things that gets mass produced like wood bowls and cutting boards.So theirs no money in them only a simple pleasure to make one.

Aj

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Thanks Aj I am going to have to look more into this artisan soap making thing, to see why they need spoons and maybe that would be someone I would look to cater to.
Cutting boards, bowls and spoons are mass produced but I know many people who spend big money on the same stuff handcrafted, especially cutting boards. I think it has to go to the right people, someone who wants heirloom quality, not throwaway wood products.


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