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Beechwood Porridge Spurtle

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Spurtles (also known as porridge sticks) date back to the fifteenth century.

The rod-like shape has a small surface area and means that porridge can be stirred without congealing, forming lumps or sticking to it.

A spoon on the other hand has a dragging effect during stirring and often the porridge sticks to the spoon and gets lumpy. 

 The custom is that a spurtle should be used to stir in a clockwise direction with the right hand. 

This spurtle is made from beechwood which has been sourced through naturally sustainable sources governed by the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council).