Mongolians do not usually use chopsticks for eating, whereas most East Asian cultures use chopsticks. We mainly use forks to eat our meals in our day-to-day lives.

However, if we are eating traditional foods such as Buuz, Khuushuur, Chanasan Makh, etc we eat with our hands.

The only occasion where Mongolians will use chopsticks to eat is if we’re eating in East Asian restaurants like Korean, Chinese, Japanese, etc.

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