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13 Jul ’16 - 5:48 pm
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After replicating Cliver's research, both the USDA and the FDA have changed their food prep recommendations to include cutting boards made of maple or other hardwood surfaces. Just remember that any good you gain from using wood is completely negated if you don’t clean the board, says Cliver. “Don’t let food residues dry on the surface,” he says. “When I use wood, I clean it promptly.”

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from being in the business I can tell you there are some pretty disgusting cutting boards out there in commercial kitchens, we soak and scrub ours weekly till they are bright white again and if needed plane them

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