Calabash Bowl, 6" x 3", Small Salad Bowl
This is a small acacia wood bowl that can be used many ways. We call it a small salad bowl but it can be used for anything food safe. Soup bowl, rice bowl, bowls for eating, Chinese food, leave it to your imagination. Acaciaware™ small serving bowls are all hand crafted out of one solid piece of acacia wood. They won't crack like other bowls which are pieces of wood glued together.
Acacia wood is one of the most sustainable of the various woods on the market. It is a very hard wood with a tight grain. The beautiful wood grain and color vary with each individual bowl. If you order a set of four, each bowl will look different in a medley of wood grain and color. The surface is smooth, the weight light but the wood hard.
When it comes to acacia wood, there are many reasons why it is such a popular choice for products. The wood is hard and dense, which makes it durable and unlikely to scratch easily. It is also completely hygienic, meaning that it will not allow water to penetrate, will not pick up odors, and will not stain. This makes acacia wood trays perfect for serving food or using as cutting boards. Additionally, the wood has a beautiful grain that makes it a decorative addition to any room.
Acaciaware™ Care Instructions
Acaciaware™ acacia wooden serving bowls are easy to clean. Simply wash in warm soapy water and wipe or air dry. Acacia wood salad bowls are not dishwasher or microwave safe.
Durable, Versatile, & Attractive
Acacia wood is naturally harder than most other woods found on the market.This means it can be sanded to a smoother finish, which makes it great for creating smooth surfaces like dining tables, cutting boards or beautiful acacia wood salad bowls and Acaciaware™ serving trays.
The Calabash Bowl As Part Of Hawaiian Culture
The popularity of calabash bowls spread to other parts of the world, including Hawaii.The calabash bowl is traditionally made from the wood of the Koa acacia tree, which is a favorited In Hawaii, calabash bowls were used for poi, a traditional Hawaiian dish made from taro root. st-growing tree found in Hawaii. The tree grows quickly, and the wood is strong and lightweight. Acacia koa is a species of flowering tree in the family Fabaceae. It is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands, where it is the second most common tree. The highest populations are on Hawaiʻi, Maui and Oʻahu. Acacia wood's name in the Hawaiian language, Koa, also means brave, bold, fearless, or warrior.