|Forum topic by Sandra||posted 333 days ago||864 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
333 days ago
Good morning folks,
I contacted a small mill about 40 minutes from here, asking if they had any shorter 8/4 pieces of hardwood such as hickory, walnut or ash.
They got back to me saying they had some cherry, oak and torrefied maple. From reading online, I see that torrefied means it’s been heated to a high temperature and therefore has a darker color.
So, would it still be good for use in a cutting board? I”m not interested in the oak, but wondering if any of you work with torrefied maple?
-- No, I don't want to buy the pink hammer.