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What is the name of the utensil used for honey?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (20368points) October 28th, 2020

Also why is it shaped the way it is?

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KNOWITALL's avatar

The honey dipper.

‘You may have heard a honey dipper referred to as a honey wand or honey stick. Whatever you call it, it’s function is the same – easily scoop honey out of the jar without dripping all over your counter and providing more control when dripping the honey.”

This is a good article. My friend raises bees, it’s neat.
https://dalbyfarmcountrystore.com/product/wooden-honey-dipper/

YARNLADY's avatar

Honey dipper

nicklindsey5674's avatar

The name for this utensil is a honey dipper, because it is used to collect honey from a container, which it than exudes to another location, especially beehives.

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