Another quick survey.

Following on the theme of the last survey, I am also adamant about utensils we use to stir stuff up. Most of the time poeple use a spoon, but if you think about it, it isn't very efficient at stirring. It turns out to just be a fat paddle wading around your coffee, or tea. The best tool to stir a liquid isn't a spatula right, its more like a whisk. So I think that the best tool to stir in sugar, creamer, etc is a fork. It has the "paddle" section in the middle, like a spoon, but then the pointy parts (called tines) act more like a whisk. So I think its more efficient to use a fork when stirring in a soluble into a solvent. Cast your vote.

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