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Re: Restoring those plastic sink cover cutting board things...

Ok so what you are saying is its ok to leave food and bacteria on a cutting board that the sap ( what a ridiculous analogy) will kill the bacteria.


Shawn so how do you clean a wood cutting board on the boat. No varnish on it right? Oil. ? Do you think most boaters clean the boars the right way?

Shawn, Does the culinary school you teach in use wooden or does it use
plastic cutting boards.? I would assume wood right?

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