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Posted on woods known to be safe for cutting boards?

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#1 posted 01-08-2010 09:47 PM

There is a website that will give you safe woods for food. I don’t have it on my work computer (yes, I have to work to afford my toys!)... but try googling wood safe for foods or something like that. As I recall, most everything is safe… at least everything that I’ve ever heard of or had access to. Cutting boards are also finished with mineral oil and that is about as safe as you can get!

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