Are wood cutting boards sanitary?

Answer On One Hand: Yes, They AreAccording to the Reluctant Gourmet, wooden cutting boards are sanitary. Their porous surface actually draws bacteria into the body of the cutting board where it cannot rep... Read More »

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Bamboo Vs. Wood Cutting Boards?

Wooden cutting boards have been around for centuries, whereas bamboo is a relatively new material in American kitchens. Wood and bamboo are actually quite similar when it comes to performance, clea... Read More »

How to Clean Wood Cutting Boards?

A wooden cutting board is an asset to any kitchen. It is durable and will last for many years if properly cared for. It is important to clean cutting boards properly to ensure that bacteria is not ... Read More »

Wood Vs. Plastic Cutting Boards & Bacteria?

Two of the more-frequently used cutting board surfaces in any kitchen are wood and plastic. Competing claims exist for both wood and plastic surfaces, especially in terms of sanitizing and the pote... Read More »

Are Wood Cutting Boards Germ & Bacteria Safe?

Most cases of food borne illness occur in the home. Contamination can come from germs and bacteria on unwashed cutting boards, both wooden and plastic. Does this Spark an idea?