what does /out/ think about wooden dinnerware?is it comfy?maybe you have pictures to share,perhaps even something you've carved yourself?
>>2209462That cup is priced for 19 US dollars on the website you took it from. That is sillyOP, why don't you start us off with a picture of some wooden dinnerware you have ?
>>2209464i used to have the exact same cup as in the picture years ago but lost it, been using wildo fold-a-cups ever sincehowever, i'm really starting to miss my wooden cup
It's shit.There's a reason absolutely everyone uses glazed ceramic and stainless steel. Titanium is great for backpacking, plastic is okay.
>>2209483>It's shit.how? do you mean while you're using it, or all the while you're not using it?have you used wooden dinnerware?
>>2209493Wood absorbs water, retains flavors, warps, cracks, splinters, and rots.
>>2209501most wood dinnerware is oiled or has a varnisheven if it didn't, you can apply it yourself
>>2209501was about to post similaryou have to set it out in the sun after cleaning to prevent issues like thisand when you are eating something like soup, you have to suck it out when it slightly absorbs it>>2209505mmmm varnishwhy not just use plastic at that point?
>>2209507>mmmm varnishrub coffee grounds into the wood
>>2209521>now it's slightly darker tan
>doesnt carve their own kuskas>tiny underdeveloped bodies cant handle anything heavier than titaniumChad bushcrafter vs virgin ultralightweighter
>>2209533the fats in the coffee grounds protects the wood>>2209543based. i'm definitely picking up a spoon knife and will try to learn carving and crafting a number of itemsas for this thread i guess i'll just make more knife threads. because that's what /out/ists want
>>2209501That's why woodworkers finish raw wood with lacquer, shellac, or oils, most of which are toxic and not food-safe.Tung oil, shellac, or lacquer are good for food related items.
>>2209462I use the spatula the most because it's better than rubber or plastic. Don't really like wooden cups or plates, though.
>>2209822nice spatulas fren, i use $2 wooden spatulas so i don't scratch up my shit, works really well but now i'll have to carve out a variety