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Epicurean® Big Block Round Cutting Boards

Bigger is better with this 1-inch-thick board that will last you a lifetime. Non-slip silicone grippers grip to smooth and damp surfaces and keep your board in place. Stylish block looks great displayed on the counter and is handy for all your chopping needs.

Responsibly made in the USA, this natural wood fiber board uses materials certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. The nonporous surface does not hold bacteria, making it safe and sanitary.

Heat resistant up to 350°F, so it doubles as a trivet without damage. Durable enough to hold up to heavy use, yet won’t dull knives. Cleans up in the dishwasher without damaging the material. 18" in diameter x 1" tall.
 
  • Manufacturer: Epicurean
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions: 18" in diameter x 1" tall
  • Material: Natural wood fiber, resin and rubber
BENEFITS:
  • Thick chopping board will last a lifetime.
  • Non-slip grippers keep the board in place.
  • Looks stylish on the countertop.
  • Certified natural materials by the Forest Stewardship Council.
  • Won’t hold bacteria as certified by the National Sanitary Foundation.
  • Doubles as a trivet and resists heat up to 350°F.
  • Won’t dull knives.
  • Made in the USA.
 
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Nice modern cutting board
This cutting board (which we got in slate) looks really nice and modern. I have just two complaints, which are: (1) it shows every cut you make and looks kind of permanently messy after a few uses, and (2) it's a bit of a pain to clean. Paper towels leave a trail of white "dust" on it that's hard to remove. Otherwise we're loving the way it looks.
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January 24, 2015
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