Do you still eat your salad with a fork?Forks are made for stabbing.And if you want to dig into a nice,juicy steak, a knife and fork arethe right tools for the job.But salads don’t react well tobeing stabbed.Consider some ingredients of yourfavorite garden salad:Leafy greens, such as lettuce, romaine, spinach, kale, arugula, radicchio, and escarole, oftenmake up the largest portion ofyour salad.Unless supported by otheringredients these slender,flexible leaves resist spearing with your fork.And this gets increasingly difficultas you work your way down thesalad bowl.Crispy vegetables, such as celery, carrots, peppers, radishes, and scallions, add a delicious snap toyour salad.But their hard, brittle structuresare difficult to penetrate withyour fork and often fracturein the process.Delicate ingredients such as mushrooms, tomatoes, beets,sliced eggs, or avocado providerich, flavorful accents.While their fragile compositionmakes them easy to spear,perforation by your fork cancause them to fall apart.What about succulent rounds, suchas olives, pearl onions, and grape or cherry tomatoes?Their shape and smooth surfaces naturally repel all but your most accurate stab.Finally, impenetrable garnishes suchas croutons, capers, nuts, seeds, or bacon bits add variety in texture and flavor, but they cannot be spearedwith your fork.Your salad is fighting you.Fight back.But use a better weapon.
It’s Time to Stop Stabbing your
Salad… and Begin Embracing
Our ancient ancestors ate with their hands.Even today we could eat salads more efficiently by using our fingers—if onlythat weren’t so hygienically challenging, socially unacceptable, and downright messy!We only use a fork because a knife or spoon would be an even worse choice.But maybe there’s another alternative.Consider an eating utensil that has been around… for over 4,000 years!Chopsticks.OK, you can stop laughing now.Because I am not talking abouttraditional Asian chopsticks, whichmost Western diners can’t use verywell anyway—including me.I am talking about somethingcompletely different.I am talking about chopsticks forthe 21st century.I am talking about chopsticks that areso comfortable to hold…and so intuitively easy to use…that it is like eating with your hands…but your hands never touch the food!Jan-Stix are new. They are different.But they are the natural, intuitive wayto eat…as instinctive as eating with your fingers… but your fingers never touch the food. This five-minute video shows how.
How Would You Design
Chopsticks for the 21st
If you were to create chopsticks forthe modern day you would begin by making them comfortable to hold,easy to use, and practicallyimpossible to drop a morsel of food.And you would ensure that they be safe, sanitary, and sustainable.You would start with oval handlesto rest in your palm, fingers, oreven fingertips.And you would carve an inviting texture into the handles toeliminate slipping.You would marry the handles witha springy, pinch-proof hinge to keep the stalks in constant alignment.You would fashion tiny nubs on the inner tip surfaces to embrace every bite.And you would curl the tips, makingit as easy to scoop as to pluck.Your chopsticks would be free-standing, ready to use, and need minimal table space.You would bring elegance to anydécor by sculpting them with the graceful lines of a swan.And you would select FDA-approvedmaterials to make them dishwasher safe.Your modern chopsticks would beso much fun, and so effective, that you would use them for more thanjust Asian cuisine.You would enjoy salads, stews, shellfish, pasta, and dozens of other dishes like never before.And you would make themaffordable: a lifetime of dining pleasure for the cost of a pizza.These are Jan-Stix, chopsticks for the21st century… just the way you would have designed them.
Doesn’t your Waldorf
Deserve more Dignity?
Now you see why Jan-Stix are the ideal replacement for your salad fork: You can pinch leafy greens instead of stabbing them onto your fork.You can pluck crispy vegetableswithout having them break into pieces.You can embrace delicate ingredients before they capitulate in abject surrender.You can hug succulent rounds instead of chasing them around the salad bowl.And you can unite impenetrable garnishes with your other ingredients into countless delicious combinations.Jan-Stix allows you to finish your salad—down to that last tasty morsel.It’s time you rewarded yourself for eating healthy.Stop stabbing your salad, and begin embracing every delicious bite!
What You Always Wanted…
(But Never Knew Existed)
Now that you are aware of Jan-Stixwhy would you settle for anything less?Haven’t you fought your salads fortoo long?Do you see how Jan-Stix will add excitement to your family dining experience?Won’t every friend envy your sophistication and savoir faire?Do you have a loved one for whomJan-Stix could bring a lifetime ofeating pleasure?Take advantage of our new low price ($10) and get your Jan-Stix now. You can experience Jan-Stix totally risk free with our 90-day full money back guarantee.And when purchasing four or more your shipping is free!Do you want to find out more?Click here.
Want to Add Excitement to Your Salad?
Time to Reward Your Healthy Eating!
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