Have an opinion?
Honestly we use this kind of tongs in the supermarkets to pick up seafood and put them into the plastic bags when we want to buy them. So I shall call it food tongs.
I don't think they are. They look like old-school kitchen tongs. I remember my mom using some of them when I was a kid growing up to fish corn out of the boiling water.
They are not "lab tongs" they are kitchen tongs used for turning bacon in a fry pan, DUH.
But in the worksheet, crucible tongs is the answer for another question. So it can't be the same one twice.
What other answers do you have to choose from?
It's a fill in the blanks, so no word banks. I already used crucible tongs.
Canning or utility tongs, canning is the culinary term for them but utility is the scientific one
You cannot undo this action. The opinion owner is going to be notified and earn 7 XPER points.