I am looking to buy a good quality pair of chopsticks for my boyfriend for Christmas. We don't use them for cooking, just for eating (mostly noodle dishes). He has talked about wanting some ceramic ones, but I have been reading that wooden ones might be the way to go. They don't need to be fancy or pretty, just very well-made and made to last. I am looking for specific product recommendations and any pros and cons of using them for dining. Any suggestions?
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Editor: Readers, do you have any specific recommendations for well-made, high-quality chopsticks for Nicole and her boyfriend?
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