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Chopping and Cutting Boards
Chopping boards come in all shapes and sizes, making the task of a shopper a bit difficult to pick out a favorite. Wooden chopping boards are ultimately the go-to choice for regular chopping, especially for vegetables, as research suggests plastic chopping boards are home to bacteria after use while harder material boards, such as marble, dull knives quicker. There are still nonetheless varying types of wood the board can be made of which still impact the overall experience. Hardwood boards, such as maple or oak, scratch less easily than softwood boards. Maple, Beech, and Walnut are among popular favorites across the board, but it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t opt for Berard’s signature Olive Wood boards. Essentially, it comes down to the individual preferences of the cook and if you’ll be using the boards for cooking or serving.
Materials of Chopping Boards
Plastic cutting boards are a great choice for cutting meat since wooden boards run the risk of absorbing all of the liquids from the meat. It is best to invest significant time and effort in cleaning cutting boards to ensure there isn’t bacteria collection, regardless of the material. Plastic boards have the advantage of being dishwasher safe as opposed to wooden ones. How to clean wooden chopping boards effectively then? Very hot water and effective scrubbing clean better than any dishwasher can guarantee there isn’t anything left in the grooves that the knife leaves behind. Then, simply dry it off finely with a dishtowel.
Easier Slicing and Dicing Now
Not only are wooden chopping boards useful for everyday slicing and dicing in the kitchen, but they are a wonderful means for serving. Serving dishes on individual wooden boards or making an eye-catching charcuterie board is the epitome of rustic tableware. So much so that if you could only find simple slabs of rectangular wooden chopping boards before, now, renowned brands are releasing entire kitchenware utensils collections of round, thin, and long styles of chopping boards.
At Zestspot, we carry chopping boards small to large, light to dark in shade, and suitable for a variety of preferences and purposes.