How to Care for Wooden Cutting Board

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What is Cutting Board? A cutting board is a durable board on which to place material for cutting. The kitchen cutting board is commonly used in preparing food; other types exist for cutting raw materials such as leather, wood or plastic. More about cutting board: http://lifeogy.com/best-wood-cutting-boards-reviews/ Wood or Plastic?  I use wooden cutting boards for most of my kitchen prep, which is often very fruit and vegetable-centric. I appreciate wood because it's the best choice for: - maintaining a knife edge - long lasting - get more beautiful with time Four steps of cleaning : Step 1: The wash Step 2: The oil Step 3: The cream Step 4: The Polish and Buff Keep remember the instruction, and you and your board should be all set to be well-oiled partners for life. The digital marketing by urdhe.com

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how to care for wooden cutting board:

how to care for wooden cutting board Frazier Mark | Lifeogy

what is cutting board:

what is cutting board Frazier Mark | Lifeogy A cutting board is a durable board on which to place material for cutting. The kitchen cutting board is commonly used in preparing food; other types exist for cutting raw materials such as leather, wood or plastic .

Wood or Plastic? :

Wood or Plastic?  Frazier Mark | Lifeogy I use wooden cutting boards for most of my kitchen prep, which is often very fruit and vegetable-centric . I appreciate wood because it's the best choice for: maintaining a knife edge long lasting get more beautiful with time

4 steps of cleaning :

4 steps of cleaning Frazier Mark | Lifeogy Step 1: The wash Step 2: The oil Step 3: The cream Step 4: The Polish and Buff

Step 1: The wash |4 steps of cleaning:

Step 1: The wash | 4 steps of cleaning Frazier Mark | Lifeogy Wash your cutting board with water, including the underside and edges, removing anything that's stuck to it with a lint-free rag. Most people only wash the top, and they ends up hurting the board. When moisture reacts with grain, it swells, and if the swelling isn't uniform, it can warp the board. A rocking cutting board usually means that only one side was washed.

Step 2: The oil|4 steps of cleaning:

Step 2: The oil| 4 steps of cleaning Frazier Mark | Lifeogy The next morning, use your hands to apply a generous layer of mineral oil to the sides, top, bottom, and any groove, grip or handle. You don't need puddles of oil on your board, just enough to cover the wood with an even coat. Like a hungover coworker on a Wednesday morning, The wood needs hydration. Let the oil soak into the board for at least three hours. Leave it on its edge to dry just like before.

Step 3: The cream |4 steps of cleaning:

Step 3: The cream | 4 steps of cleaning Frazier Mark | Lifeogy After the oil has had enough time to soak into the grains, it's time to apply the cream. Apply it directly to the wood and spread the cream over the entire board, making sure to get in every nook and cranny. The cream is greasy, so if you don't want to get it all over your hands, apply it with a lint-free microfiber cloth. Once you've covered the whole piece of wood, you've created a barrier to help the wood retain moisture. You know what to do. On its side. Broad faces out. Let it sit overnight.

Step 4: The Polish & Buff|4 steps of cleaning:

Step 4: The Polish & Buff| 4 steps of cleaning Frazier Mark | Lifeogy In the morning, use your lint-free microfiber cloth to rub the board in circular motions, polishing and buffing in a motion that would make Mr. Miyagi proud. The wood will get glassy and beautiful.

Maintain oil in a Wooden Cutting Board:

Maintain oil in a Wooden Cutting Board Frazier Mark | Lifeogy 1. Start with a clean board and utensils.  Be sure your cutting board and spoons are as clean as possible and thoroughly dry .

Maintain oil in a Wooden Cutting Board:

Maintain oil in a Wooden Cutting Board Frazier Mark | Lifeogy 2. Apply the oil.  Using a clean, soft cloth or paper towel, apply the oil in an even layer over the wood .

Maintain oil in a Wooden Cutting Board:

Maintain oil in a Wooden Cutting Board Frazier Mark | Lifeogy 3. Let it soak in.  Leave the oil to soak in, overnight if possible, or for at least a few hours .

Maintain oil in a Wooden Cutting Board:

Maintain oil in a Wooden Cutting Board Frazier Mark | Lifeogy 4. Remove the excess.  If the board or your spoons feel oily or sticky, buff off any remaining oil with a clean dry cloth or paper towel.

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Frazier Mark | Lifeogy Keep remember the instruction, and you and your board should be all set to be well-oiled partners for life

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