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The Flat Whisk Could Be Your New Favorite Tool, Depending on How You Like Your Eggs

The Flat Whisk Could Be Your New Favorite Tool, Depending on How You Like Your Eggs

You probably already have a balloon whisk or a French whisk sitting in your utensil crock. So why buy a flat whisk? Some fans even claim that the flat whisk makes more efficient work of whipping cream and egg whites. But, as someone who's gotten along perfectly fine with a simple balloon whisk over the years—and who has limited storage space for trendy kitchen gadgets—I'd always been skeptical of the flat whisk. I tested a few flat whisks against my regular old whisk to see if this less conventional style was worth owning.