Tuesday, July 8, 2014

How To Care For Your Wood Cutting Boards


Have you ever wondered how to care for your wood cutting boards?  After my first good quality cutting board purchase I developed a simple method to maintaining my favorite wood cutting boards and you are going to love it.  We are so excited to partner with John Boos to bring you this fabulous giveaway so you can experience the amazing quality of Boos Boards. 

Last summer I received my very first John Boos cutting board.  Today I have 6 and a John Boos butcher block.  I think I may need an intervention.  Not really.  I have a thing for great quality kitchen tools. My cutting boards are certainly on the top of that list.

I have always had a stack of cutting boards, maybe not such good quality.  But nonetheless I have had a lot.  They never stayed nice though.  They would eventually smell of onion or get dried out or cracked.  It wasn't until my first Boos Board that I decided to research how to care for and maintain a cutting board.  I mean seriously, these are so nice that I am certain Munchkin will inherit a few when she moves out on her own.




My cutting boards virtually look like they have never been used.  Absolutely as beautiful as the first day I got them.   After I started getting better quality tools, I started paying closer attention to the care of them.   I am thrilled to share my How To Care and Maintain Your Wood Cutting Boards method with you.  Scroll to the bottom for full instructions.  It is really simple to keep them gorgeous and make them last a lifetime.

#TSRISummer is an amazing time.  This year we are partnering with some of our favorite brands to celebrate TSRI's Sizzling Summer.  I am so excited to share one of our favorite brands with you:  John Boos is absolutely my favorite cutting board.  Quality products that have stood the test of time.  For 125 years and counting John Boos and Co have been creating spectacular cutting boards that have taken the food industry by storm.  You see their boards everywhere.  Actually I first fell in love when watching a walnut cutting board on Food Network.  Now I have 3 walnut cutting boards of my own.  Some people collect tchotchke (pronounced Chachkis).  I collect kitchen tools.

Wood Cutting Boards from Top to Bottom - Keep in mind I also have a stack of plastic cutting boards that I use regularly for chicken, onion, garlic and chipotle peppers (they can stain a board like no other food product).

1)  Random bamboo board
2)  Cutting board tray
3)  Walnut 20x15x1-1/2 John Boos  - My favorite everyday cutting board
4)  Walnut Chopping Block 18x18x3 by John Boos - Sits right next to the stove for convenient prep to stove top
5)  Old cutting board
6)  Walnut Chopping Block 18x3 - This one will be on the center of my new table
7)  Maple 24x18x1-1/2 - Huge cutting board for the really big jobs.
8)  Cherry 24x18x2-1/4 - Huge cutting board perfect for permanent placement on a kitchen island
9)  Maple End Grain with Grips 24x18x 2-1/4 - Chad's favorite
10) Butcher Block - Most gorgeous butcher block ever (Not shown)


{{{Drumroll please}}} John Boos has generously agreed to give away 3, count them 3, fabulous cutting boards to TSRI readers.






One of my favorite cutting boards are the convenient to use and store 20x15x1-1/2" wood cutting boards.  We are giving away one in each wood...  Maple, Cherry and Walnut.  What is your favorite?  I am hooked on the sleek and sophisticated look of the walnut.   But, I am also in love with the sturdiness of the maple and the simple beauty and durability of the cherry.  Are you excited???

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With love from our simple kitchen to yours. 

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How To Care For Your Wood Cutting Boards
 


Clean lint free cloth (I use cheesecloth)
Spatula or lemon and salt (your preference)
Mineral Oil/Beeswax Board Cream (I love Boos Block Board Cream)
Wood cutting board

Initial treatment:  Wipe your wood cutting board down with a wet cloth and a mild detergent, rinse and allow to air dry completely.  Make sure your cutting board is clean and dry.

Apply a quarter size amount of board cream to your cutting board.  Use a lint free cloth to apply the cream in a single even layer.  Follow the grain of the wood.  Allow cream to absorb overnight and wipe off any excess cream in the morning.  Treat all sides of the board.

Repeat this process until the board no longer absorbs the cream, for a new board this may take 4 or 5 applications.

Daily care:  be sure to clean your board after use with a mild dish soap and water.  Do not soak your board.  It can absorb water and warp.  Allow board to dry completely.

You can clean your board by scraping the surface with a spatula or gently scrubbing with lemon and course salt.  After cleaning, allow to dry completely and reapply board cream.

To maintain your board you will need to treat it regularly.  How often depends on you.  Once a month works for me, but if you use your cutting board more often or less often you may adjust your schedule according to your needs.

Do not allow liquid to stand on board.  Wipe clean as quickly as possible.  Take care of them and you can enjoy your boards for years to come!



Recipe developed by Donna Elick - The Slow Roasted Italian
Copyright ©2014 The Slow Roasted Italian – All rights reserved.

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221 comments:

  1. I have two cutting boards that I made myself.

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  2. I have one that I leave on the counter and I buy those i can throw away!

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  3. I only have one- so this would be awesome to win!

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  4. I don't have any wood cutting boards. Was always afraid of them because of bacteria. But after reading article, I may change mind.

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  5. I love this! I have two cutting boards a plastic and a bambo

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  6. I own about 6, but they're all the plastic kind :-)

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  7. LOVE these cutting boards! Thanks for all the great recipes.

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  8. I own six cutting boards. None of them are wood though

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  9. I own 7 cutting boards. The one wooden one my daughter made in school, and I have NEVER cut on it! Too pretty! dfal182@ gmail.com

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  10. I own 6 cutting boards. But none of them are nice ones. I would love to own a John Boos board as I cook 3 meals everyday here at home. It would be so awesome for my family of 7 if I won!! Thank you for your helpful article today and always great recipes!!!

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  11. I pin from your site all of the time. You have the best recipes!

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  12. Love the cherry

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  13. I have two, one large plastic one and a very small and handy bar-board. A Boos is my dream board though! :)

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  14. I used to have 3, pre-being bedridden. Now I don;t know. But if I had just one it would look like the walnut one!

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  15. at the moment I am down to 3 usually have 5

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  16. My husband uses a crap cutting board...I would love to give him the best cuttin board on the market...a Boos Cutting Board! You need the right tool for the right job!!

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  17. I own about 7 plastic cutting boards. I have always been afraid to use a wood board because I was uncertain how to care for them. His your instructions I think I could do it. All the boards are Beautiful!

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  18. a few plastic ones, but none anywhere as gorgeous as these!

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  19. Thank you for the cleaning instructions!

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  20. I own only 1 wood cutting board but several plastic ones

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  21. Although they are not John Boos, I have 5 cutting boards. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the John Boos boards you've displayed and would be so excited to own one...the MAPLE!!

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  22. Those are great cutting boards! I would love to win one!

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  23. I own about 6 cutting boards, but none as pretty as these.

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  24. I own about 6 cutting boards, but nothing as pretty as these

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  25. I've never counted how many, but I do own several boards of different materials. The only ones I have never used are the wood ones, because I wasn't sure how to handle them. So thanks for these instructions, I'm going to bring them out of storage now!

    That Maple board is GORGEOUS!!

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  26. These cutting boards look wonderful. Would love to win :)
    Mary, Ladylotion@msn.com

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  27. I own 4 Cutting Boards :)
    Mary, Ladylotion@msn.com

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  28. I love wood cutting boards thank you for the tip.

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  29. I think I own 4! But they're all pretty warped plastic ones.

    nicsuss972 @ aol.com

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  30. I have made the chocolate chocolate cake and it is amazing. I am a fan of baking and bake 1 - 2 items each week for my daughter and her family. They only ask me to make this chocolate chocale cake all the time!!!

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  31. I have one larger plastic cutting board and 2 smaller plastic ones. I do not have a wooden one but have been looking into getting one. I would love to have a Boos block!

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  32. 3 and all but one is OLD! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  33. I ❤ ❤ ❤ the Walnut board!!! It would be fabulous to win this gem!!

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  34. Own around 8 cutting boards.

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  35. I have used some of your recipe's, I like TSRI site very much

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  36. I own at least 5 cutting boards, none of them as nice as a John Boos. Hope I win!

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  37. How many cutting boards do I own? Oh my! Let's see . . . I have 4 plastic ones designated for fish, chicken, beef, and "stinky veggies;" then there's the 2 cheap wood boards that I never learned how to properly care for that are now split and warped; then there's my favorite . . . a very small dark bamboo board that I use for all those quick needs. Now that I see it in writing, I'm convinced I may have a problem :) I am definitely ready to upgrade to some boards that I keep for life! JoEllen

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  38. Love getting a new recipe everyday from you. I have tried many of them and shared many of them with my girls. There has not been one yet we have not tried that we didn't like. Thanks

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  39. I have one plastic one that needs replaced.

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  40. I have used some recipe's. I like TSRI site very much

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  41. Sounds great, I would love one of those cutting boards.

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  42. I have several cutting boards, but none as nice as these.

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  43. I have one wood cutting board (thanks for the care tips!) and five plastic ones.

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  44. These boards are absolutely beautiful. I have 1 wooden board and 3 plastic. Love how you explain how to care for them. Thank you!

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  45. These boards are absolutely beautiful. I have 3 plastic and 1 wooden board. I thank you for posting how to care for the wood, extremely helpful.

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  46. Do you know what's in Boos Board Cream?

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    1. Yes, it is beeswax and a food grade mineral oil. Enjoy!

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  47. Thanks for the giveaway. I would love to have a quality board. You can never have too many boards or kitchen tools.

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  48. We only have one board and have had it for years. We use it just about every day. It doesn't have a name brand on it, but its been a good one. Like you, I have seen just about every chef on the Food Channel uses these Boos boards. They look fantastic! And the tips for keeping your boards looking great are wonderful to know. Terry P.

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  49. I have 2 handmade boards and an Epicurean board, plus a plastic one that is permanently attached to the counter by the sink.

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    1. John Boos boards are amazing! Love to own one!

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  50. I've always thought the Boos boards looked wonderful. Thanks for the chance to win one!

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  51. Love the cherry cutting board....would match my kitchen cabinets! Made your caramel sauce the other day....easy and delicious!

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  52. Fantastic post.It is never to late to learn.I am going to purchase Boo's Cutting Board Cream
    Thank You

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  53. I have several boards but none as beautiful or good as John Boos! Would absolutely love to own one!

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  54. John Boos boards are amazing! Love to own one!

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  55. I HAVE SEVERAL PLASTIC AND ONLY ONE WOODEN ONE. WOULD LOVE A GOOD HEAVY DUTY WOODEN CUTTING BOARD.

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  56. I've never owned a real cutting board, sadly, you'd think I would cooking for 42 yrs for 10kids, and now 13grandkids & 1 great granddaughter... I especially like the look of the cherry wood...looks classic and rich... I already shared this on my FB page. Hopefully lots will see it.

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  57. As the mother of 10, grandmother of 13, I'm sad to say I've never owned a real cutting board. Only little plastic things from $$ stores, You'd think as much as I cook, I would, but alas, no.
    I really like the cherry one, it looks classy & rich in color... I shared this on my FB page.

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  58. Wevonly had one, plastic, :'(, I hated it so much!!!

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  59. Awesome giveaway! Those cutting boards are fantastic.

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  60. I have two sets of plastic cutting mats (the color coded kind) and one wooden carving board. Would love to add a Boos board!

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  61. I have two plastic cutting boards and the wooden one that came with the kitchen cabinets. I have admired the Boos boards for a long time! They are gorgeous!

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  62. Boos is the best cutting boards out there! Great giveaway.

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  63. Wow these are beautiful boards. I've been neglectful of mine - have some warping and splitting.

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  64. I currently own 4 cutting boards, but they are all very old and need replacing!

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  65. I have two wooden boards - one small bamboo board and a very old miscellaneous wooden board that is now rather worn -- oh! and two plastic boards.

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  66. An essential piece of equipment in any well run kitchen! Great idea for a giveaway!

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  67. I have 4 cutting boards. only 1 is wood. These are beautiful! I would ditch my others for one of John Boo's boards.

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  68. I have two wooden cutting boards. One I got from my mom so it is full of memories and not used.

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  69. I have some plastic boards we use everyday. It would be nice to add a good Boos board to my kitchen.

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  70. I don't own any wood cutting boards but I sure would love one of these!

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  71. i have two - a small plastic one and medium-sized wooden one.

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  72. I own three cutting boards. I've never owned a Boos, though, and would love to try one.

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  73. I have two plastic cutting boards, but they have seen better days...

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  74. Don't have one yet - would love to try!

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  75. That is one gorgeous cutting board!

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  76. I would love a Boos board. I have a wooden one that I have had for years that has burner marks on the bottom and 2 plastic ones.. They are ready to be recycled

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  77. I have one wood one and a few other plastic ones. I'd love to win a Boos board!

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  78. How Cool!
    I need one!

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  79. I own 3 but they are the crappy plastic kind. These are BEAUTIFUL!

    heatherp626@msn.com

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  80. OMG I love John Boos Cutting boards and have been eyeing them forever! They are absolutely gorgeous!! Very envious of you!! Thank you to all of you for doing this giveaway! Squeeeeeee!!!!

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  81. Have a glass one and a couple little hard plastic cutting boards. Love, Love, Love these beautiful board!!

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  82. Boos boards are the best! We have one next to our sink that is used several times each day.

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  83. I own like 4 but they're all plastic and awful! I would love to have one of these!

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  84. I haven't counted, but I would ball-park around 15 - 20 cutting boards. Always room for one more! :)

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  85. I have three - two of which are well past their prime! Great giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  86. I love my two wooden boards. I have several plastic boards for meats, poultry.

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  87. I have 2.
    They are plastic.
    kayleefaith1228@aol.com

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  88. I have several cutting boards but none of them this nice.

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  89. We own 2-3 cutting boards.
    kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

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  90. 2, one that came with the apartment and another one that is plastic. Would love to have a nice wooden one.

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  91. I have a Boos work table with a maple top in my kitchen, and I love it. One of these boards would be a great addition to my kitchen tools :-)

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  92. I only own one cutting board and it desperately needs replaced.

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  93. I have 5. Four plastic and one wood. These look beautiful! Love the walnut.

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  94. I would DIE of joy if I won these cutting boards. I love, love, LOVE beautiful wood products!

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  95. I own two very large ones (almost table size) and a few small ones.

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  96. I have some, but none as nice as the Boos!!

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  97. I have two I large and one small both very old. Would love a new one ir three! Thanks

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  98. I have 3 cutting boards. 2 plastic white ones and a wood one

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  99. I am as fanatical about my cutting board as I am my knives !!!

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  100. 4 small and 4 large color coded boards, but no wooden ones

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  101. I've been thinking about investing in a wooden board! I have a few decent plastic ones, but I think I need something better!

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  102. Have always admired the John Boos boards and would love to have one.

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  103. I have a large wooden cutting board, three or four small ones, four plastic ones - and a country wooden authentic standing butcher block "table". ! I use mineral oil on the butcher block every two-three months in the summer for several days when we are gone on vacation. Works beautifully!

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  104. I have one plastic. that is why I need to win one.

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  105. I have 3 - 2 wood (1 my dad made in Wood Shop) and 1 glass -

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  106. My Go-To Cutting Board is large, plastic, and pretty gross from all the cut marks. I would love a wooden one, and these look like the Cadillac of Cutting Boards! If I were to win, I'd have to choose the Walnut one. So Gorgeous! Thank you so much for this chance!

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  107. Would love to own one of these!!! Hopefully you pick me, that would be awesome.

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  108. Knowing her mama's love of kitchen gadgets, the first year my daughter worked, for Christmas she bought me two wood cutting boards :) I was so happy she knew what I would like! I also have the plastic ones that I bleach like crazy these look fabulous and I swear if I bring one more "gadget" home the hubs will explode!

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  109. 3 bamboo, 1 composite, and 4 thin plastic that I have had since college. ;) I really need a real wood board!!

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  110. I have one plastic ugly well-used cutting board. We just purchased some plastic cutting platforms - 4 colors to use one color for veggies, one color for meats, etc.

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  111. Have 2 plastic, never had a wood board, these are beautiful

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  112. Have 2 plastic boards, never had a wooden one, these are beautiful
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  113. I've always wanted a GOOD cutting board and the knowledge to keep it looking GOOD! I love your recipes and have told others of your blog!! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  114. I use 2 (one small & one large) with another large being saved for future use.

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  115. I have 4. 2 wooden, 1 plastic and 1 polycarbonate. But I've always wanted a GOOD one and the knowledge and tools to take care of it properly!

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  116. Just 3, two plastic and one wood.

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  117. I own about 6-7 plastic ones, and a bamboo one that gets the most use of all. Just keep on collecting them.... Love Boos - have always wanted one!

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  118. I have six I think, but none of them are very nice. Yours are gorgeous! :)
    Betty

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  119. I have at least 5 boards & love them all

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  120. I own 4 or 5 but they are cheap ones

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  121. Brownie

    I have about 6 plastic ones in different sizes. I would love to own one of these!

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  122. I own a polycarbonate cutting board and a bamboo one. Your cutting boards are gorgeous! I would LOVE to win any one of them!!!!

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  123. One plastic board and one wooden board.

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  124. these are beautiful cutting boards!

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  125. I own 4 cutting boards. only one wooden board. (from Kristina Guy)

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  126. I have about ten, mostly plastic, in different sizes.

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  127. Would love to win !!!! The cutting boards are beautiful

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  128. some of the most beautiful cutting boards I have ever seen

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  129. one wooden one

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  130. maybe 10, but not great ones!

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  131. I have 4 wooden ones and a 3 plastic for raw meat. One cutting board my Dad made me when he was still able to do woodwork. I have always admired a boos cutting board and would love to win

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  132. I have the Walnut Chopping Block - Non-Reversible, a square Herb a round, and a small maple 9.
    So much love has been applied to all. I would like to pass one down to a friend who just got into cooking.
    Boos Blocks, there is no substitute!

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  133. i have 5 cutting boards - plastic, 2 small bamboo, one large bamboo and one the my husband's grandfather made for us.

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  134. I own at least four boards of different sizes plus 2 welled ones for cutting juicy meats.

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  135. I have 5 wooden blocks and 3 plastic sheet cutting boards

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  136. I have four, one is a wonderful wood one made by my father. A cherished possession, but a Boos Board would sure be great to win! Love the Walnut one.

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  137. I mostly have plastic, but am getting tired of how quickly they start to get gross. I've been doing research on wooden boards and am starting to fall in love.

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  138. I have four cutting boards.

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  139. Would love to own my first John Boos cutting board!
    Thank you for this opportunity!

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  140. I have 4 but none as good as these!!

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  141. I own a few pampered chef boards but no wood ones. I would love a Boos!

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  142. I own a few pampered chef boards but no wood ones. I would love a Boos!

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  143. I have three boards currently.

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  144. I want one! I would love to own a boos block!!!!

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  145. Thanks for the great tips! I own one

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  146. I only have one small plastic cutting board

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  147. I have one wooden cutting board and two plastic boards.

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  148. Iwould love a good quality wood cutting board.

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  149. I have lots of plastic ones and a couple glass ones. No wood. :( I would love to try one!!

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  150. I currently have four and the oldest is over 40 years old.

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  151. I have 3 plastic and 1 Boos! I could always use another one :)

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  152. I only have two cutting boards, but neither are very good. These would be a dream.

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  153. I own three- two plastic ones and a thin wooden one.

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  154. I currently have 2 cutting boards.

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  155. What a wonderful give away-I have one poly carb cutting board

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  156. I own one beat up and cut up board. Would love to win one of these!

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  157. I have one crappy cutting board ;)

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  158. My husband would die if I could get him one of these!

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  159. I own three cutting boards but none as cool as these.

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  160. Beautiful cutting boards... love your recipes

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  161. Beautiful cutting boards... love your recipes

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  162. I don't have a wood chopping block and would LOVE to have one of these beauties. Thanks :)

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  163. I have 3 crappy cutting boards. These are beautiful!

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  164. One, and it's splintering!

    shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

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  165. Stephanie ChristonJuly 11, 2014 at 7:49 PM

    Those are beautiful cutting boards.

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  166. Stephanie ChristonJuly 11, 2014 at 7:55 PM

    I have 4 cutting boards.

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  167. I would love a wood cutting board! ;)

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  168. We just bought two new boards. Our old one was starting to smell!

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  169. I have three cutting boards, two are plastic and one is wood.

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  170. I own 6 plastic in various sizes.

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  171. Have a crappy plastic one but wow those are nice!

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  172. I have a least 4 plastic boards and a few color sheets, I do not have any wooden ones!

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  173. I have 3 wooden cutting boards, one of which was cut from the top of an old portable dishwasher. It has been carted around for about 25 years and is in pretty good shape.

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  174. love love love your recipes..I have several cheap cutting boards..nothing like these.. :)

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  175. Need all three but one will do. I believe in sharing thanks!

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  176. I need all 3 but one will do. I believe in sharing!

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  177. Don't have any cutting boards right now. Yours are gorgeous.

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  178. I have five cutting boards. Oh my! A baby one, usually used for smashing and pulping garlic, a medium-sized one that usually does cheese duty, two large skinny ones (these four all bamboo), and a hulking big butcher block one that does meat duty.

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  179. Keeping my fingers crossed that I get lucky!

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  180. Love your recipes...thank you! =0)

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  181. Never Seen such nice boards here in Switzerland. Would love to have One and to Show them to my friends. ;-)

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