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Walnut & Maple End Grain Cutting Board

Walnut & Maple End Grain Cutting Board

Regular price $190.00 CAD
Regular price Sale price $190.00 CAD
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Discover the epitome of culinary craftsmanship with our Maple and Walnut End Grain Cutting Board. Meticulously handcrafted, this board harmoniously merges the natural elegance of maple and the rich allure of walnut. The end grain construction not only showcases the exquisite wood patterns but also ensures a durable, knife-friendly surface. Elevate your kitchen aesthetic while indulging in a cutting board that's as much a functional tool as it is a work of art. Experience the pleasure of preparing meals on a surface that's both timeless and enduring.

The primary distinction between end grain and edge grain cutting boards lies in their construction and the benefits they offer to both your culinary endeavors and the longevity of the cutting board itself.

Available Wood Species:

Maple & Walnut

Available Dimensions:

Witdh = 254 mm (10 in)
Lenght = 457 mm (18 in)
Thickness = 45 mm (1.75 in)

Witdh = 355 mm (14 in)
Lenght = 610 mm (24 in)
Thickness = 45 mm (1.75 in)

Witdh = 457 mm (18 in)
Lenght = 762 mm (30 in)
Thickness = 45 mm (1.75 in)

Available Style:

End Grain
Edge Grain
Pattern to be selected

**End Grain Cutting Board:**
An end grain cutting board is constructed by arranging the wood pieces so that the exposed ends of the wood fibers are facing upward. This results in a checkerboard-like pattern of the wood's end grain. End grain boards are often thicker and showcase the natural beauty of the wood's intricate grain patterns. They are favored for their exceptional durability and knife-friendliness. When a knife blade contacts the end grain fibers, it slips between them rather than cutting across them, leading to less wear on the blade. The self-healing nature of end grain means that the knife marks tend to close up over time, preserving the board's surface. These cutting boards are ideal for heavy chopping and cutting tasks, as they minimize the impact on both the blade and the board.

**Edge Grain (In Grain) Cutting Board:**
Edge grain, also known as in grain, cutting boards are crafted by placing the wood pieces side by side, with the long grain of the wood facing upward. This creates a smoother surface compared to end grain boards. Edge grain boards are generally thinner and lighter than end grain boards. While they may not have the same self-healing properties as end grain boards, they still offer a sturdy and resilient surface for cutting and chopping. Edge grain boards are often considered more cost-effective to produce, and they can still provide a good balance of durability and aesthetics.

In summary, end grain cutting boards are known for their remarkable durability, knife-friendly surface, and intricate visual appeal. They excel in heavy cutting tasks and maintain their beauty over time. On the other hand, edge grain (in grain) cutting boards offer a smooth surface, are often more affordable, and are suitable for various cutting and chopping tasks. The choice between the two depends on your preferences, intended use, and aesthetic preferences.

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