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cleaning a wood cutting board after making bread

Sarah McC
by Sarah McC 14 years ago

I have my first loaf of bread ever in the oven (the Lahey-Bittman No Knead, of course). Now I have a gunky, floury wood cutting board. What's the best way to clean and store, so the wood doesn't sp...

Cutting Boards

by skidaway 15 years ago

Can anyone advise brand names or types of cutting boards that will fit in the dishwasher and are kind to both ceramic and stainless knives? I have read a few articles that refer to John Boos, any ...

cutting board - soap or blech?

by meimei 14 years ago

I just bought my 1st bamboo board. I've read on here both ways of cleaning it. Is onw way better than the other? Since this is my all purpose board (no space for more), I felt weird not using soap ...

Cleaning my Boos Block cutting board

by sgny 14 years ago

Finally got a nice cutting board. What a pleasure. Just a little unclear on the best way to clean it. Should I wipe it down with a wet rag or should it be cleaned with soap and water in the sink...

my cutting board stinks

by iain 18 years ago

I have a Boos Block cutting board (see link below - I have one of the chop-n-slice reversible numbers) that has - on one side - developed a nasty dark stain on the surface and a noticeable food sti...

A best way to sanitize cutting board?

by alex 15 years ago

Ive seen cooks use a h20 and bleach solution as a disinfectant. any suggestions?

John Boos Cutting Boards in Toronto?

by Cityplace 14 years ago

Any cheap sources for Boos cutting boards in Toronto? Or will ship to Toronto, Ontario, Canada?

caring for a bamboo cutting board

by sloped 14 years ago

How do you care for your unstained babmboo cutting boards? Mine has a "raw" feel and no stain. Do I still need to use mineral oil on it? TIA!

What to do with a wooden cutting board of unknown origin?

by Vexorg 14 years ago

One of the things thar came with my apartment was a wooden cutting board which is "built-in" to the cabinetry (not really, but it's obviously designed to be there). I've been there for over a year...

Smelly Cutting Board

by mielimato 15 years ago

I made fresh sardines last night and this morning my cutting board still smells very fishy. I've tried scrubbing it extensively with lots of soap but that has not worked. The cutting board is mad...

Extra Large Glass Cutting Boards / Counter Protectors?

by biltong 15 years ago

I'm looking for some plain, frosted, tempered glass, cutting boards / counter protectors that are inexpensive and extra large. I need 24" x 24" so that we can extend the life of my folks counter to...

Bamboo cutting boards at TJ Maxx/Homegoods

by emdb 15 years ago

I was at a Boston-area (Somerville) TJ Maxx/Homegoods combination yesterday and picked up some "TruBamboo" bamboo cutting boards for nice prices (20 for a 35 dollar one, 15 for 25, etc.). I got a ...

Did I ruin my cutting board?

by Scribbler 16 years ago

I got a beautiful Pro Chef cutting board as a Christmas gift from my brother. Rubbed it with olive oil as directed. Lately I've noticed dark spots on it looking almost like mildew, but it's in th...

Best/Minimum SIze for a cutting board

by nikki 16 years ago

I am buying a John Boos cutting board is 12 by 18 by 2 an OK size or do I go for something bigger(if so what dimensions)?

How to care for bamboo cutting board?

by adp0 16 years ago

Just got a lovely one for Christmas, and it did not really come with detailed info on its care. Any advice is welcome. I assume I should not put it into the dishwasher, and I have some food grade...

cutting board care

by beaumont 17 years ago

i just got a beautiful new wooden one and was wondering how you all clean and care for it?

Frosted Glass Cutting Board-Warning

by Marco 19 years ago

A two part message, first, beware if you have a frosted glass cutting board. I did have one (and DID is the key operative word here). One morning while I was washing it, it suddenly shattered int...

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