In 2016, a Bible translation was nearing completion for the Borôro, a small group numbering around 1,500 people located in Brazil. The Borôro live in the Pantanal, the world's largest tropical wetland area. Now we can see where form meets function in this beautiful cooking spoon—a must for any well-equipped kitchen. Durable enough for daily use, it’s constructed of a single piece of solid plantation teak—popular the world over for its versatility, function, beauty, and sustainability. This tropical hardwood features oils that repel moisture, warping and microbes, so it’s ideally suited to the kitchen.