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Family Tree Carver Cutting Board 19.5in x 15.75in x 1in

Item #161702


Product Information:

Creation of this cutting board from Totally Bamboo begins with Parquet End Grain Bamboo, the best of the grain styles. Professionals say this grain delivers a good “fee” while chopping and dicing, and it continues to be their first choice in cutting boards. In addition to the generous sized well along the edges, the intricately engraved tree is actually the juice trough that drains into the collection well at the base of the tree. The trough also holds the meat in place for carving, directing all juices to the collection well. It is the perfect gift to celebrate housewarmings, weddings, anniversaries, and other events. Use the front for serving or display and the smooth back for cutting or chopping. Board is 19-1/2" x 15-3/4" x 1".

Do not wash in dishwasher. We recommend washing with a mild detergent in warm water and periodically wiping with camellia oil to bring out the Bamboo’s beautiful grain.

Bamboo is actually a grass that grows to a harvestable height of 60' in about three to five years, growing as much as two feet per day. It has an extensive root system that continually sends up new shoots, naturally replenishing itself. It does not require replanting, making it one of the most renewable resources known. The species Totally Bamboo uses, “Moso” Timber Bamboo, is not a food source or a habitat for the Giant Panda.

Bamboo holds the promise of a sustainable, cost-effective and ecologically responsible alternative to the widespread clear cutting of our world’s precious timberland.

The Color of Bamboo. Totally Bamboo offers Bamboo in two colors: light, which is the natural color of the Bamboo, and dark, which is a honey color. The dark color is achieved by steaming the Bamboo to bring out the natural sugars and caramelize it. This color is permanent and will not fade or wash out.

The Grain of Bamboo. There are three types: vertical, flat and end grain. Vertical grain, approximately 1/4" wide, is taken from the side of the split pole. Flat grain, approximately 5/8" wide, is from the face of the pole. End grain is the cross section of the pole.
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