Frozen or Take-out is more my style but I always add Love


Please note that Kitchen Wands is located in British Columbia, Canada and all prices are posted in Canadian dollars.

Dean Radin is the Senior Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences. He was involved, in 2001, in “an intention experiment involving chocolate infused with positive intentions from Tibetan Monks and a Mongolian Shaman. The results of this experiment showed, under double-blind, placebo-controlled conditions, that people’s moods were significantly elevated when they ate the chocolate that had been ‘blessed’ as opposed to the control chocolate.”

The thing that struck me is that the chocolate, already solid, was affected by the energy of the people working with it. Melted, untempered chocolate has a crystaline structure so Dr. Emoto’s work with water could possibly be applied to melted chocolate but this experiment seems to be saying that even after the fact, as in frozen or take-out, blessing food can have a beneficial effect.

Juggling all our balls these days can sometimes mean that we let drop a rubber one or two, in order to keep the glass ones in the air, unshattered.

Make the best choices possible and take the time to add love before serving.


Each individually handcrafted 13 inch beech wood spoon comes via a protected, managed forest in Europe. Once in Canada, they are charmed with a laser engraver and dipped in a bath of grape seed oil and melted beeswax which brings out the grain and deepens the tone of the wood.

Washing in warm water, by hand, and the occasional wipe with a food safe oil will help extend the life of a Kitchen Wand. The image is burned into the wood and will not “come off”. Over time though, as the patina of use developes, the image and the engraving on the handle “My Kitchen Wand” may soften.

Additional information

Weight .06 kg
Dimensions 39 × 6.5 × 1 cm