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Old 04-08-2011
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Cutting boards not made of wood are generally thin and warp easily with repated use and heat. Try and put one flat on your counter after you have had it more than 1 year and notice its bowed in some way.

Also they tend to "creep". Thats why Chefs usually put a damp cloth under them when they use them repeatedly

Dave
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