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Viking Acacia Wood Cutting Board $39.98 + tax

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Was looking for a cutting board.
Viking is top rated.
Amazons lowest price is around $70.
This one is 20 x 14 x 2.
Great size and really good quality.
Free shipping too.
Even on Walmart it's over $100.

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Even on Walmart it's over $100.


I'm seeing 50 bucks chief.
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Ofc, I have this and it's beautiful

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Hmm... the tomahawk looks fantastic! 😆
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Wish I had a membership.
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I picked one of these last time they were on Clearance at Sam's for $19.91. The grain on the cutting board split within 3 weeks. Super disappointing because it did look beautiful until I took off the plastic wrap.
Did you run it through the dish washer?
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Did you run it through the dish washer?
Absolutely not.
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That may be true if the plastic board is badly overused with lots of deep, fine grooves cut into the surface by sharp knives. The porous nature of wood, especially end grain, will hold bacteria much more readily. A new plastic board? Not so much.
What the experts have been saying is that bacteria lives and stays on plastic much longer compared to wood boards. I know it's counterintuitive but it's science and there are many papers out there on it.
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What the experts have been saying is that bacteria lives and stays on plastic much longer compared to wood boards. I know it's counterintuitive but it's science and there are many papers out there on it.
what about using TPU CUTTING BOARDS?

Imeko Cutting Board, Bpa Free,Knife Friendly,Flexible,Dishwasher Safe, Space Saving,Ergonomic Design, Chopping Mat. (Gray-Size: Medium 13.7" x 9.4"- W: 10 oz.) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MXMK...bFbJSHTVDR
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What the experts have been saying is that bacteria lives and stays on plastic much longer compared to wood boards. I know it's counterintuitive but it's science and there are many papers out there on it.
So not really, if you actually look at the studies. There was one seminal study on this from 1994 in Journal of Food Protection, which indicated that wood and plastic are about equal: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31113026/

A much more recent study in 2018 in Foodborne Pathogens and Disease indicates that salmonella biofilm is more likely to form on wood than plastic (60% vs 40%): https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29053370/

Most studies indicate that cleaning with hot water and soap is fairly effective, though, so be sure to always clean and most of us should be OK.
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Get an Epicurious cutting board. They use one solid skating board composite. I've had mine for 6 years and it's still intact. Yes, lots of knife Mark's. I wash it in the dishwasher on hot water every night. It's relatively expensive but well worth it. I've had plastic, wood, bamboo and others but by far the board is the best I've used so far.
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Get an Epicurious cutting board. They use one solid skating board composite. I've had mine for 6 years and it's still intact. Yes, lots of knife Mark's. I wash it in the dishwasher on hot water every night. It's relatively expensive but well worth it. I've had plastic, wood, bamboo and others but by far the board is the best I've used so far.
link to it?
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How do you take care of this cutting board?
Hand wash only, wipe dry immediately after washing (should never let it stay wet), oil it after drying.
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How do you take care of this cutting board?
With any end grain wood cutting board, I just wipe it off with a wet paper towel and then use a bleach solution to sanitize it weekly. As recommended by the folks at Boo's (another wood cutting maker) put some food grade mineral oil on it occasionally, maybe monthly if you use it a lot, but don't soak it or put it on too often. The mineral oil will degrade the glue that holds it together. Personally, I don't cut meat on mine. I use a poly board for that.
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Wood cutting boards harbor less bacteria than plastic ones. You can't put wood cutting boards in the dishwasher though, so professional kitchens don't use them.
Also professional kitchens rarely care about their knives. They are serviced by a sharpening company or cheap enough to toss and replace. If you have a $100+ knife you shouldn't be using it on anything other than wood.
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Top 5 best wood for cutting boards:
1. Maple
2. Beech
3. Teak
4. Walnut
5. Cherry

More about how to choose and care for wood cutting boards:
https://www.bobvila.com/articles/...ing-board/

Acacia wood is hard, but when wet it swells and bulges.
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