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Black Epicurean Cutting Surfaces

EcoFriendly The eco-friendly, natural-wood fiber in Epicurean cutting boards has more than 60 years of history in an array of practical applications. Originally used in aerospace when introduced in the 1950s, in the 1960s it was developed for cutting and food-prep surfaces in commercial kitchens all over the US.

Remarkable material is non-porous and won’t dull knives. Certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and the National Sanitary Foundation, it’s easy to clean and will not harbor bacteria. The surface is heat resistant to 350°F, so you can it as a trivet without leaving a blemish. Unlike wood and bamboo, these can be cleaned in the dishwasher. All Epicurean products are responsibly made in Duluth, Minnesota, USA.
 
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Great Cutting Board
This is a great cutting board! I have had it for almost a year now and it is a great value for the price.

It does not warp or bend, is dishwasher safe, and lasts a long time. I would definitely recommend this product. Also the black contrasts with most (if not all) foods you will be cutting, and makes it easier to see, whether you have bad eyesight or not.

Overall, great board
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October 28, 2013
Lots of real estate!
This party-sized board is great for events, and for prepping multiple ingredients before you have to clear your board. Most cutting boards are just too cramped for an 8, 9, or 10"" knife. This one gives you lots of room to spread out. Also love that the board is dishwasher-safe, eco-friendly, and made in the USA. My board has already lasted for years and is still going strong
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December 8, 2013
 

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