Do Vietnamese eat rice with chopsticks?

Vietnamese people eat and cook most of foods by chopsticks: steamed rice, noodles, cakes. Vietnamese people find easy to eat steamed rice served in a rice bowls, noodles served in soup bowls, cakes served in plates with chopsticks. Chopsticks plays an important role in traditional Vietnamese culture.

Is it rude to eat rice with chopsticks?

When you are eating food with chopsticks, especially with rice, do not stick your chopsticks into your food or rice. This is seen as a curse in Chinese culture. This is taboo and said to bring bad luck because it reminds people of the incense used a funeral.

What utensils do Vietnamese use?

Utensils: Vietnamese

  • Kitchen scissors. Vietnamese home cooks and chefs use heavy-duty kitchen scissors the way Western chefs use knieves. …
  • Wok. …
  • Cleaver. …
  • Bamboo steamer. …
  • Mortar and pestle. …
  • Cleaver. …
  • Bamboo steamer. …
  • Claypots.

What countries actually use chopsticks?

Not all Asian countries use chopsticks as their primary utensils. Expect to use chopsticks when you’re in China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam. But if you go to a Thai restaurant, they’ll most likely give you a knife and fork. That’s the primary utensils used in Thailand now.

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