Whether you want to eat your Asian cuisine more authentically, or are travelling abroad, there are many reasons to want to learn how to use chopsticks.
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Chopsticks are probably the most versatile Chinese utensil ever. It’s a fork, knife, pair of tongs, a whisk, and a steamer stand (just place them in your wok and they’ll hold your bowl above water) all rolled into one. But for some, who maybe didn’t grow up using them, they can be a bit of a challenge. So here’s our step-by-step guide:
Step 1: Hold your dominant hand loosely. People who clench their chopsticks usually just end up flinging their food all over the place. Place the first chopstick in the valley between your pointer finger and thumb. Balance it on your ring finger.