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You can read here about the history of the wire whisk.Smile

 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whisk 

 

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The wire whisk was invented by Sylvan Nathan Goldman, the person who invented the shopping cart. I am not sure WHEN the wire whisk was invented but I am trying to find that out too :)

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