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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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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.
High-soft or Hasegawa cutting board are the best way to go for cleanliness and good for your knife's edge. Steer clear from glass or bamboo cutting board.
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I bought this over the winter. It is made of wood. Wood comes from trees.
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Absolutely not.
Did you treat it with mineral oil before using it for the first time?
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This was $25 last year. Also haven't heard too man good reviews
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Not a fan of cutting boards that are so many pieces (lots of crevices eventually) but this one looks beautiful
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Picked one up, was looking for one last night and had some options picked on amazon. THis was 1/2 the price and better quality/option
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Reading comments here really gave me headache and concerns...I have 2 plastic (I think) cutting board at home. Been using them for whatever cutting... cleaning it with dish soap, air dry and throw them in the lower cabinets on the house island....Never thought of "meat cutting only" or cleaning with bleach or oil it after use etc...
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I saw this deal early on - seems like a good price vs normal price on the board, but I've been burned more than enough on glued-together, pieced-together wood boards that look great on day 1 and then slowly start separating over time. At $40, this board failing would be a bit more upsetting. That said, I've started using only solid hardwood boards where I use wood... I have a few solid olive wood boards. If you're lucky, you can sometimes find them at a great price at places like Marshall's. Olive wood is a great looking wood, as well... and, again, it won't fall apart and separate over time as long as you buy a solid piece.
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Reading comments here really gave me headache and concerns...I have 2 plastic (I think) cutting board at home. Been using them for whatever cutting... cleaning it with dish soap, air dry and throw them in the lower cabinets on the house island....Never thought of "meat cutting only" or cleaning with bleach or oil it after use etc...
FYI - check Amazon for Olive Wood options. They typically are made in single pieces, and not glued together like this. They're more expensive then "normal" boards, but you can get a nice large size for even less than the Acacia one in the OP.

Also, Olive Wood is so dense, it actually works well for cutting meats, too:
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Olive wood cutting boards are suitable for cutting bread, cheese, chopping vegetables and carving meat. Made from a single block of olive wood these boards are seamless and nonporous. The hard wood does not retain any odors, germs or stains.
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Did you treat it with mineral oil before using it for the first time?
Not OP but I also got one for $20 last year. I use mine almost daily and I have never oiled it or done any maintenance to it, wipe it down after use with a damp cloth and maybe some dish soap if I cut meat on it, and mine looks practically the same as when I bought it.

Maybe it's just luck of the draw on quality, but I haven't had the experience of splitting that others in here have had.
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End grain cutting boards are very popular. They're easier on quality knifes and more resistant to deep scratches which can harbor bacteria. Ppl that have had issues with the integrity of one generally don't know how to care for them. They should not be exposed to high heat for a long time (ie. Dishwasher) and no hard chemicals should be used. Lukewarm water water and a drop of regular dish soap does the trick followed by a light rinse. Oiling it with grocery store mineral oil occasionally is also a good idea.
Thanks for the explanation.
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It is made of wood. Wood comes from trees.
...not "morning wood"...


...just sayin'
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It's an end grain board so if you're concerned about bacterial contamination, it's easier for it to get trapped in the pores of the wood. Generally, in food service, wood boards are only used for plant food cutting. If this is truly acacia, you wouldn't want to treat it with bleach after cutting animal foods on it to sanitize, because you'll likely be compromising the long term appearance and strength of the board. This is made of lots of pieces glued together, and harsh cleaners will weaken the glue over time.
This is not true. Lots of research peoves that bacteria leave wood first out od pretty much every other surface
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Cracked in less than a week-
I ordered this and got it last week. After less than a week of use it is starting to crack.
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