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Calling All Kitchen Germaphobes

Posted by secondcup (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 14, 12 at 14:15

I came across these forks at a restaurant last night. They look weird but are SO cool.

For all the kitchen germaphobes out there (like me!) I though they might be of interest!

http://www.touchlessflatware.com/

Has anyone else ever seen this?!

Here is a link that might be useful: germaphobe silverware


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RE: Calling All Kitchen Germaphobes

You're making a pretty big assumption that the table, whether at home or dining out, is the only source of germs.

I'm only half kidding when I say germs are necessary for a human to live a healthy life.

Good luck,

Doc


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RE: Calling All Kitchen Germaphobes

No, you are totally correct. I just thought it was way cool. I'm not even a germaphobe, but I've seen threads about keeping things clean in the kitchen and I was excited to finally have something to contribute. :) (that's a sheepish grin)


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RE: Calling All Kitchen Germaphobes

I'd like to see those in restaurants. At home, well, those are my germs.

Although, I'm tired of finding my kids' flatware glued to the table at home, so these do have a place.


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RE: Calling All Kitchen Germaphobes

I think this whole germ phobia/get shot up with vaccines for everything real or imagined/bleach wipe/hand sanitizer thing has really gotten out of hand.


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RE: Calling All Kitchen Germaphobes

It would keep the used forks from making a mess on the table, but if you are that worried about germs, you need to see a shrink.


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RE: Calling All Kitchen Germaphobes

I carry my own tablecloth, dish, glass and cutlery in addition to 7th generation disinfect spray when I eat out....oh wait there are people in the kitchen who may sneeze...help

deedles: elderberry concentrate to the rescue !


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RE: Calling All Kitchen Germaphobes

Lol, Secondcup! They actually have a pretty cool design going on.


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RE: Calling All Kitchen Germaphobes

I just don't like the taste of dirty dishrag that you get off restaurant tables.


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