Can You Use Chop Sticks To Eat Noodles?
February 14, 2018 1:28pm CST
I am posting this discussion when I was asked by one of the member here that how I eat my noodles! Though I use spoon or fork to eat my noodles, I know how to use Chop Stick to eat them and I am quite proficient in using them! How do you have your noodles...do you use Spoon, Fork or Chop Sticks? Please respond! Thanks! [Picture: from Pexel: A site giving permission to use the pictures anywhere on internet]
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• Staten Island, New York
I like eating with chop sticks. It's fun. Can be a bit frustrating though when you pick up the food and it falls right back onto the plate. And you try again and again and same result. Some chopsticks are slippery. Have no idea why they make them that way.
My Boss always believes in one thing - he says he never wants to know how we have achieved the success, if we fail then he asks us to review the the things for ourselves. similarly if can manage to eat with chop sticks by using your own style where is the problem? May be this could be one more style of handling the Chopsticks in future dear @lovebuglena !! Thanks!
No we don't have noodle dishes dear @much2say , but semolina is prepared like noodles by some people in India, What all we get here is instant noodles which were introduced by a company some 30 or 35 years back! Before that no body had any idea about noodles in India! Thanks!
• United States
Most times I use either a fork or spoon to eat noodles with. I think I tried using chopsticks one time for noodles when the knit group went to a sushi restaurant here in town. I know that it isn't a good idea to dip rice while using chopsticks into a sauce because it just falls apart!
Well there is no problem in eating them with fork. You can learn using Chopsticks if are interested as it is not a rocket science! I too learned it out of curiosity within a short time.It takes practice to achieve perfection! Thanks dear @prashu! Have a great day!
Nice to know that you tried to learn it from your brother in law when you were in China. In fact there is a slight difference between Japanese and Chinese a far as usage of Chopstick is concern.Both methods are efficient and can be learned easily! Thanks dear @houda28 ! Have a nice time!