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What kind of cutting board do you use? I got a shitty plastic

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What kind of cutting board do you use?

I got a shitty plastic one but its too small so I wanna buy a bigger one.
What material do the cool kids use?
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>>8425816
http://www.epicureancs.com

These are great and durable and made In Duluth, MN
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>>8425816
I actually just picked up a decent butcher block. It's solid and thick so it feels really sturdy. The biggest bonus is that there's no indented ridge around that makes it annoying to clean.

I prefer having two types of boards around: a wooden cutting board that I use for almost everything, and a plastic board for meats or fish. Don't get me wrong, it's totally fine to use wood for meat or fish, but having a second board makes it easy to keep things separate and avoid cross-contamination. Rather than go two wooden boards, I went with plastic that I can throw in the dishwasher.
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>>8425816
I have several. Ranging from shit tier to god tier. The only thing you need to know about a cutting board is that the softer it is the longer your knife will retain it's edge.

Also Mineral Oil.
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>>8425831
I'm going to replace my countertops with butcher blocks when it's time to replace them
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>>8425816
I just get the classic IKEA one every 18 months or so. Also I'm cool
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>>8425860
Are you sure you're cool? You might be mistaken.
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I'll just get the biggest wooden one I can find.

The linked ones are pretty but I dont like in america and I dont have room for a butchers block even though that would be cool as fuck to have.

Might get a granite platform to work on (not cut) too.
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>>8425816
I just get the industrial ones.
You want big, there you go.
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>>8425816
I got an unused big expensive Italian made cutting board at a thrift shop for practically nothing.

Usually I just make them myself out of whatever wood I have, but this one was really nice.
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Personally, I use Jk Adams reversible. But boos should work the same. Cooks Illustrated likes the Acacia wood, so you might try that.
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>>8425870
what's in your ammo cans anon
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I personally like bamboo laminates. I find they dont warp as badly.
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>>8425864
I was but now I'm not so sure
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>>8426050
Horse masks and ammo.
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Cool kids use custom made endgrain cutting boards:

http://www.theboardsmith.com/
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