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food10
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novelties - Wed, 04/11/07 3:49 PM
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What type of wooden sticks are used for popsicles?

Pat T Hat
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RE: novelties - Wed, 04/11/07 5:42 PM
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What is a popsicle stick for $200?


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RE: novelties - Wed, 04/11/07 11:31 PM
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I'm not certain, but I just always thought they were made from plywood.

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RE: novelties - Thu, 04/12/07 9:29 AM
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I have a box of popcicle sticks in the craft room I will go see if they say what kind of wood.....


I just checked the box and it listed no specific wood.

It would almost have to be a hard wood, for a soft wood would impart a nasty taste.





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RE: novelties - Thu, 04/12/07 10:24 AM
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Originally posted by CajunKing

I have a box of popcicle sticks in the craft room I will go see if they say what kind of wood.....


I just checked the box and it listed no specific wood.

It would almost have to be a hard wood, for a soft wood would impart a nasty taste.







I buy 'em by the bag at the craft store or the grocery. I have a set of popsicle molds we use for a variety of frozen treats.