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3-Piece Farberware Classic Bamboo Cutting Board Set EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has 3-Piece Farberware Classic Bamboo Cutting Board Set on sale for $7.50. Select free in-store pickup where available to save on shipping, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35 or more. Thanks SaltyOne

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Amazon.com also has 3-Piece Farberware Classic Bamboo Cutting Board Set on sale for $7.50. Shipping is free with Prime or orders $25+.

Set includes:
  • 11" x 14" bamboo cutting board
  • 8" x 10" bamboo cutting board
  • 8" x 5.5" bamboo cutting board
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Set includes:
  • 11" x 14" bamboo cutting board
  • 8" x 10" bamboo cutting board
  • 8" x 5.5" bamboo cutting board
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Lol I just read every comment and thought "wow, these people have no clue and have never bothered to look anything up in their lives" bamboo is the best wood for cutting boards and is the most sanitary and requires the least amount of maintenance.... One of the first links I found in 5 seconds to support my claims: https://www.cuttingboard.com/blog...ing-board/
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Thank you! Just a heads up if people are wondering, these are hand wash only Smilie
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Those are cheap non-wood boards. Who cares.
Maybe someone who is looking for dishwasher safe cutting boards?
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Those are cheap non-wood boards. Who cares.
Probably will last longer.

When I had a roommate, they had one of these bamboo boards and eventually it just comes apart at all the cracks. I don't remember if she put them in the dishwasher but I'm pretty sure it wouldn't help it either lol
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Theyre also easy to get moldy cause of all the pores. So if you're a bit lazy and don't dry off right after maybe bamboo isn't the best or choices.
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Theyre also easy to get moldy cause of all the pores. So if you're a bit lazy and don't dry off right after maybe bamboo isn't the best or choices.
mine was fine after years. You are right I put it on side after use so it dries faster. But wood board also need to keep dry.
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Bamboo boards are hard on knives.
There are softer wood boards.
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Theyre also easy to get moldy cause of all the pores. So if you're a bit lazy and don't dry off right after maybe bamboo isn't the best or choices.
Some wood is anti-bacterial, not sure about bamboo, but bamboo is more abrasive than other woods, so its not recommended as it will wear your blade much quicker.
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Thank you! Just a heads up if people are wondering, these are hand wash only Smilie
So, no way to sanitize them.
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So, no way to sanitize them.
With your hands
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Lol I just read every comment and thought "wow, these people have no clue and have never bothered to look anything up in their lives" bamboo is the best wood for cutting boards and is the most sanitary and requires the least amount of maintenance.... One of the first links I found in 5 seconds to support my claims: https://www.cuttingboard.com/blog...ing-board/
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Good deal. Wipe mineral oil on it before first use and then once or twice a year after. Mine have lasted 25 years. No cracks, mold...
For cutting chicken I use a plastic cutting board, and carefully cleaning after.
I used a glass cutting board but it dulls knives quickly.
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Dead deal?
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