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Courtesy of JC-net Can you name this utensil?
Courtesy of JC-net It is used in the kitchen.
Courtesy of JC-net It is needed for certain recipes.
Courtesy of JC-net It is NOT used for cutting.
Courtesy of JC-net It is NOT used for measuring.
Courtesy of JC-net It is used for baked recipes.
Courtesy of JC-net It is pretty heavy.
Courtesy of JC-net It is made of wood.
Courtesy of JC-net It has handles.
Courtesy of JC-net Part of it is a cylinder.
Courtesy of JC-net You need a flat surface to use it.
Courtesy of JC-net It is used for cookie or pie dough.
Courtesy of JC-net In flattens out the dough.
Courtesy of JC-net In fact, it ROLLS out the dough.
Courtesy of JC-net I hope it is never used as a weapon!
Courtesy of JC-net It is a rolling pin!
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