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Shun DM0816 Hinoki Cutting Board (Medium, 15.75" x 10.75" x 0.5") EXPIRED

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Amazon has Shun DM0816 Hinoki Cutting Board (Medium, 15.75" x 10.75" x 0.5") on sale for $29.95. Shipping is free. Thanks chopshop
  • Note: In stock on November 25, 2020.
Williams-Sonoma also has Shun DM0816 Hinoki Cutting Board (Medium, 15.75" x 10.75" x 0.5") on sale for $29.95. Shipping is free.
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  • Made from Hinoki wood (type of medium-soft Japanese cypress).
  • Care Instructions: Wet board before each use (to help resist staining), wash with mild detergent, towel dry then let air dry.
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Shun medium cutting board. Lowest price according CCC. Went this low 6 days ago so not sure how much longer it will last

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This is a fine deal, but a word of warning from somebody who has owned numerous cutting boards over the years... the best cutting boards I've ever bought are solid one-piece olive wood cutting boards. If you like the "artsy" look, you can get them with the bark still on the side of the board, and the bigger sizes would be close to the size of this smaller board.

The boards, whether bamboo, oak, walnut, or this Japanese Cypress found in this Shun board all tend to be glued/pieced together. Water and glued wood do NOT mix well, and most every glued cutting board I've ever owned started to warp and eventually separate. You do not want spaces for food to get into and create bacteria on your cutting board, and beyond that, the separation often gets so bad they become essentially unusable, anyway.

Olive wood boards are usually solid and have anti-bacterial properties naturally occurring in the wood, itself. They're extremely strong and resist cutting or damaging your fine knives, and they are easy to care for by just lightly coating them with olive oil every now and then to condition the wood. I've found the best deals on larger pieces at Marshall's and Trader Joe's if you're interested.
A pain I know all too well.
I should have included the price $30. Don't hang me

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I should have included the price $30. Don't hang me
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Not bad. these are cypress, much better than the bamboo cutting boards which are inexpensive but rough on your knives.
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Nice but too small IMHO.
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Good deal, just a bit small.
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Nice but too small IMHO.
A pain I know all too well.
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So plastic cutting boards are better?
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This is a fine deal, but a word of warning from somebody who has owned numerous cutting boards over the years... the best cutting boards I've ever bought are solid one-piece olive wood cutting boards. If you like the "artsy" look, you can get them with the bark still on the side of the board, and the bigger sizes would be close to the size of this smaller board.

The boards, whether bamboo, oak, walnut, or this Japanese Cypress found in this Shun board all tend to be glued/pieced together. Water and glued wood do NOT mix well, and most every glued cutting board I've ever owned started to warp and eventually separate. You do not want spaces for food to get into and create bacteria on your cutting board, and beyond that, the separation often gets so bad they become essentially unusable, anyway.

Olive wood boards are usually solid and have anti-bacterial properties naturally occurring in the wood, itself. They're extremely strong and resist cutting or damaging your fine knives, and they are easy to care for by just lightly coating them with olive oil every now and then to condition the wood. I've found the best deals on larger pieces at Marshall's and Trader Joe's if you're interested.
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Good info on the wood when comparing to bamboo: https://carnecraft.com/best-woods...ng-boards/
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that "Shun" logo probably worth half of the price...
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So plastic cutting boards are better?
In my opinion, they are. A polypropylene (PP) or high density polyethylene (HDPE) cutting board will not warp with exposure to water, and can be sanitized in a dishwasher. They are cheap and recyclable (polypropylene/ethylene are among the most recyclable of plastics). They do not dull knives. If I were to opt for a wooden board, I'd make it an end grain type, probably made of olive wood. Olive is naturally resistant to the effects of water, end grain is gentler on knives than edge grain, and the construction of an end grain cutting board makes it resistant to warping.
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Nice but too small IMHO.
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