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    Any possibility you could donate them to a food pantry or soup kitchen? Perhaps a local program that does food prep or training? Goodwill?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    Any possibility you could donate them to a food pantry or soup kitchen? Perhaps a local program that does food prep or training? Goodwill?
    Capital Idea Jim! I'll look into that. The best suggestion I've heard yet!

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    chop them down for a cheese board.?.

    or the best EVER travel-board for my lunch box?

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    I'd buy mini boards

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomchakabowwow View Post
    chop them down for a cheese board.?.

    or the best EVER travel-board for my lunch box?
    +1

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    Oh jeez, please don't tell me one of the broken ones was mine..
    Starting this harvest I'm a starving startling artist/
    Lyrical arsonist it's arduous spitting this smartest arsenic/

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    +1 on the magnet idea. Often I find there are certain spots on my magnetic holder for certain knives that do not hold well. If you were to offer them in the future, getting ride of that issue would give you one up on the competition in my opinion.
    "Into a country where the jails are full, and the mad houses closed." - Charles Bukowski

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    Such a shame, i'd hate to think no other options are put ere aside from the dumpster, i was also thinking cheese plate or small cutting boards. Something of value. I know that if the price was right I'd buy a tiny one, better than pitching it. Otherwise it's just landfill and that's not appropriate for your quality work, let alone a wood product in general.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The BoardSMITH View Post
    I honestly hadn't thought about that. May try one just to see if I can do it. Now, where can I get some magnets?
    I read somewhere that it wld be better to use earth magnets. With teh correct size, and Space them correctly, even the 500gram CHinese chefs knife will not drop off. There shld be a balance. Strong enough that say a 300 gram Chef knife would not drop and yet not to difficult to yank it off the board..,,

    Btw... if you still have teh " Space Station" KNife block ( many many knives) let me know.

    Goog luck.

    thanks and rgds

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    I like the suggestions of using the material to make them into different products that would still have value. Or a charitable donation. It would be very sad to totally junk those.

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