The prospect of a warped cutting board can be enough to drive even the most dedicated wood-enthusiast to plastic alternatives, and if this is you, then stop right there! So your cutting board is bending: don’t give up just yet because there are solutions. In this post, we'll walk you three different approaches to fixing your wood cutting board.
Whether you’re an expert or a novice, there are two pieces of equipment that will see more work than almost any other accessory in your kitchen: your knives and cutting board. If you are serious about cooking, care for your knives, and want the best working surface when doing preparation, you’ll want to get the best cutting board money can buy.
If you’re using your wooden cutting board to prepare meat and fish, it can become a breeding ground for dangerous bacteria such as Staphylococcus and e. Coli. Although it’s perfectly acceptable to wash your cutting board with standard dish soap and hot water, you might want to take it even further to make sure that your board is thoroughly clean and sanitized. Here are 4 ways to give your board a deep clean.
It is easy to season a wood cutting board. Find out how to tell when your board needs to be oiled, how to do it properly, and how often to do it. Also, discover the best oil to use (it might surprise you).
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