Article no: XLGP | 802.334.30
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Made of bamboo, which is an easy-care, durable natural material that is also gentle on your knives.
You can also use the chopping board as a serving tray, for food such as cheeses, cooked meats or fruit.
You can easily turn the chopping board and use both sides when you prepare food, because it has easy-to-grip slanted edges.
Can be placed over the bowl on BOHOLMEN, BREDSKÄR or FYNDIG sink to get an extra work surface for preparing food.
|Length:||17 ¾ "|
|Length:||17 ¾ "|
|Weight Gross:||3 lb 1 oz|
|Weight Net:||3 lb 0 oz|
|Volume per package:||0.07 cu.ft|
Should be treated with food approved oil now and then.
Fits in the bowl of all sinks in the BOHOLMEN, BREDSKÄR and FYNDIG series.
Wash this product before using it for the first time.
A wooden chopping board is stable and gentle to knives. With the proper care, it will serve you for a very long time. Oil it before you use it for the first time. And after that, at regular intervals. Always wash it by hand and let it dry standing on its side. For a real lift - sand it and oil it - and it will be like new again.
There are many different kinds of chopping boards, and they're all good for different things. Kitchen work is also more hygienic when you use different chopping boards for different raw materials. Remember that the chopping board should be soft, so as not to damage the edge of the knife - materials like wood or plastic are preferable. Wooden chopping boards are more stable than plastic, while plastic is easier to lift and clean. You probably could use both kinds.
From slicing delicate parsley leaves to chopping carrots all of our APTITLIG chopping boards are made of fast-growing, long-lasting bamboo – a renewable material that offers a highly durable, nick-resistance surface.
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