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Mark Smith

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#1 posted 11-26-2012 12:20 AM

I actually do have the body armour, but it doesn’t cover the groin, which is about planer level, so I’ll skip that. :)

What exactly is it that makes end grain cutting boards popular? I personally think the side grain boards look better. Is it just that the end grain takes a knife better and lasts longer? What is the purpose behind them?

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