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The word spatula derives from the Latin word for a flat piece of wood or splint, a diminutive form of the Latin spatha, meaning 'broadsword', and hence can also refer to a tongue depressor. The words spade (digging tool) and spathe are similarly derived. The word spatula has been used in English since 1525.What is the difference between a spatula and a turner?
In American English, spatula refers broadly to a number of broad, flat utensils. The word commonly refers to a turner or flipper (known in British English as a fish slice ), used to lift and flip food items during cooking, such as pancakes and fillets.What are the different types of spatulas?
There are two main types of spatulas, both of which are kitchen utensils. One has a wide, flat surface attached to the end of a handle and is ideal for picking up, flipping, or serving hot foods like pancakes and hamburgers. The other has a more flexible end, usually made of rubber or plastic, and is used for mixing batter or spreading icing.How do you use a spatula?
Spatulas are usually used to scrape within the contours of a mixing bowl or to level off the top of a dry mixing cup. Examples of scrapers. The rubber scraper (left) can be called a spatula in both UK and US English because it is a flat utensil used for mixing and spreading.