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    Default Do you know how to use chopsticks?

    Do you know how to use chopsticks...?
    I confess, I don't. I can eat east Indian food with my hands that's my disclaimer..

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    i fumble for a couple minutes, then go get a fork..

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    White guy checking in. My parents taught me how when I was like 8.

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    Lol poll should be differentiated

    "Yes I know how. I am East Asian"
    "Yes I know how. I am other"
    "No I don't know how. I am East Asian"
    "No I don't know how. I am other"

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    White guy checking in. My parents taught me how when I was like 8.
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    Not ideal for every food type but I never ask for a Fork.
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    Yes, I use them for everything, even cooking.

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    Also white boy checking in, it's pretty easy. Took me like 5-10 minutes fumbling the first time and then it made sense. How tf do you go for sushi and not eat with chopsticks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pheoxs View Post
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    Also white boy checking in, it's pretty easy. Took me like 5-10 minutes fumbling the first time and then it made sense. How tf do you go for sushi and not eat with chopsticks?
    You stab it with a fork the best you can, dunk it in a bath of soy sauce and wasabi mixture. The whole thing will likely disintegrate anyway. Then you scoop out the bits or just eat it like risotto. Hmm, salt!

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    We used to eat at Japanese Village a lot when I was younger. The staff would always give me the elastic/rolled paper to learn. So I can use chopsticks (without elastics, oh boy!), probably some bastardized white way but it works most times!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pheoxs View Post
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    Also white boy checking in, it's pretty easy. Took me like 5-10 minutes fumbling the first time and then it made sense. How tf do you go for sushi and not eat with chopsticks?
    Apparently it's acceptable (sometimes recommended) to eat sushi with your hands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strider View Post
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    Apparently it's acceptable (sometimes recommended) to eat sushi with your hands.
    That is true.

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    White guy checking in, I can eat sushi with chop sticks and probaly only drop it once a meal. Viet Bun or Pho I eat with chopsticks. Chinese in a restaurant I use the sticks, at home I use a fork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    Not ideal for every food type but I never ask for a Fork.
    That's cause most places offer the fork before you have a chance to ask

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    Yep, since I was 4. I'll go for chopsticks over a fork and knife if both are sitting there for me

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    White boy checking in... never really tried to use the ol sticks until late teens, and now i can get by eating pretty much anything that would require them. From Ramen to Verm to sushi. My technique is probably not the best, but it works. I struggle most with large rolls as i find the balance between squeezing hard enough to lift it without dismembering the roll can be tricky.

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    Easy-peasy.

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    Someone had to.


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    I said yes, but I suck at trying to eat non sticky rice. Also I use a fork to eat pho.... Everything else I use chopsticks.
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    Wow..So many know how to use chopsticks. Never thought so many Beyonders had a inner Asian in them. Impressive..

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonytiger55 View Post
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    Wow..So many know how to use chopsticks. Never thought so many Beyonders had a inner Asian in them. Impressive..
    I didn't realize that it was a special skill or something.

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