Chopsticks have a long history of more than 3,000 years in Asia. It is likely that chopstick use originated when people cooked their food in large pots, and hasty eaters then broke twigs off trees to retrieve food.
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How to Use Chopsticks
1. Put the lower (unmoving) chopstick with the food end protruding 5–15 cm (2–6”) on the 4th (and 5th) finger(s) with the middle of your thumb on top to hold it still.
2. Hold the upper (movable) chopstick in the same way you would hold a pen to write, but with the end protruding more from the finger tips (the same amount as the lower chopstick).
3. Pick up food by moving the upper chopstick and holding the lower chopstick still.
4. To separate a piece of food into two pieces, exert controlled pressure on the chopsticks while moving them apart from each other. This needs a lot of practice.
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