We all know not to use metal utensils in tin-lined copper cookware, and there are many good wood and silicone utensils out there.
Finding whisks that are safe limits one to silicone coated metal whisks or wood ones. Plastic (or nylon) whisks should be avoided according to some manufacturers of tin-lined copper cookware.
I though I would share some wood whisk options that I came across recently.
There are bamboo whisks made in Japan for whisking Matcha green tea:
I found a more robust Matcha bamboo whisk for thicker tea that has only 36 tines, making each time much thicker than the usual 70-100 tine whisk:
I also found a flat 12" wood whisk made in the US from a single piece of wood:
Though I have ordered all of the above, I have yet to see or use them. Does anyone have any experience with such utensils or have other suggestions to consider?