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Posted on Proposed design for end-grain cutting board

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#1 posted 11-30-2007 02:14 PM

Just a note. If this cutting board is being used to cut food for human consumption then walnut might not be the best choice of wood. Because walnut is an open grain wood it will trap food scraps in the grain which might cause food to be tainted? also has a “bad” flavour to it. I noticed that walnut wood shavings dug into the garden cause the plants/vegatables to wilt and die.


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