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To oil a cutting board, coat the wood with food-grade oil. Use a mixture of beeswax and food-grade oil for a longer-lasting finish. More »

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According to About.com, you should use mineral oil on a wood cutting board. Food-grade mineral oil is ideal because it does not contain harmful chemicals or perfumes. Other oils that are suitable for the purpose include ... More »

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Resurface a cutting board to restore its beauty and functionality. The process requires allowing the cutting board to dry overnight after applying the mineral oil and beeswax conditioning coat, and a second night of dryi... More »

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According to About.com, you should use mineral oil on a wood cutting board. Food-grade mineral oil is ideal because it does not contain harmful chemicals or perfumes. Other oils that are suitable for the purpose include ... More »

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A cook's knife, more commonly known in the United States as a chef's knife, is an everyday, all-purpose knife that chefs use for most of their cutting and chopping needs. Having the proper knife and knowing how to use it... More »

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Oversized cutting boards made of durable plastic or Mexican teak are some good types of cutting boards, according to research conducted by The Sweet Home. Another good type of cutting board is the Midori Way Extra Large ... More »

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Defrosting trays work by conducting room-temperature air into the frozen food while forcing the colder temperatures from the frozen item into the board. This transfer raises the temperature of the food so that it will de... More »

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