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Hangiri wooden sushi rice bowl with lid (30cm(11.8''))


Hangiri wooden sushi rice bowl with lid (30cm(11.8'')) by Globalkitchen.japan at Foom App. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. How to take care of your Wooden Sushi Bowl Before first use, let's remove any subtle ''wood'' smell or taste: 1. Fill the wooden bowl most of the way


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Hangiri wooden sushi rice bowl with lid (30cm(11.8'')) by Globalkitchen.japan (Image #1)
Brand: Globalkitchen.japan
4.8 out of 5 stars with 114 reviews
Condition: New
Availability: In Stock
$61.00


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How to take care of your Wooden Sushi Bowl

Before first use, let's remove any subtle "wood" smell or taste:
1. Fill the wooden bowl most of the way with water, then top with about a half cup of vinegar.
2. Let sit for 2-3 hours.
3. Discard the water and rinse your bowl well.
This procedure is optional, but guarantees no harsh wood taste in your sushi rice.

Use and Care:
*Before every use, wipe the inside of the wooden bowl with a wet cloth towel. This protects your bowl from odors and discoloration.
*After every use, wash your bowl well with hot water, and kitchen detergent if you like, then dry completely.
*Do not leave water in your wooden bowl for a long time- it may cause mold and corrosion.
*Do not leave your bowl in direct sun-light, air-conditioning, or heat. These may dry the surface of the wood, and cause cracking.

Additional Care and Problems:
*Mold: if it is the beginning stage, you can just wipe with a dry towel, otherwise, use sand paper to remove.
*Discoloration: wet your bowl, then scrub with fresh lemon juice.
*Metal fixtures: do not leave your bowl in an extremely dry environment, the wood may contract causing the metal fixtures to come off.

Features & Highlights

  • Natural wood sushi rice bowl will absorb excess liquid and that will result in perfect sushi rice.
  • about 30cm(11.8") x 11.8cm(4.6"), Weight: 900g(2 lbs), Capacity: about 720 ml(3 cups)
  • Body: fir wood、Hoop: polypropylene
  • Country of origin: Japan
  • We also carry Hangiri with no lid and Temaki sushi kit.

Additional Information

Manufacturer:
Globalkitchen.japan
Category:
Rice Bowls
Color:
Beige
EAN:
4589647950689
Size:
30cm(11.8")
Publisher:
Globalkitchen.japan
Binding:
Kitchen
Package Weight:
1.8 pounds
Package Size:
10.2 x 4.21 x 11.3 inches

 


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