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Best wood cutting board? Help, please!

dainish | Dec 2, 201804:48 PM     24

I looked at these based on some reviews online...

The Ironwood Gourmet Acacia end grain (Kenji and others recommend this one)

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...

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Teakhaus edge grain (the wirecutter and America's Test Kitchen recommend this one)

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...

The teakhaus also comes larger, in a 24 x 18. I have plenty of plastic boards for meat but wanted a nice wood one to take care of my Shun knives. Opinions welcome! I have never used a nice wood cutting board before (growing up, my family used steak knives, often right on the formica counter, to cut veggies....sigh).

I'm open to other suggestions as well, but I'd like to keep this purchase around $150 or less.

Thanks!

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