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    Best place to buy cutting board?

    Hello guys, i am going to buy a new cutting board for my self and was wondering if i should buy it from boardsmith. Are these considered the ultimate or one of the best cutting boards you can get?


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    Welcome.

    One of the Best would be correct. Don't know of any I would prefer.

    Older and wider..

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    Love mine...great design, materials and execution.
    once in a while you get shown the light, in the strangest of places if you look at it right

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    +1 regarding Boardsmith. Game changer for me.

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    +1 for Boardsmith - Really great board.

    Lars

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    At the risk of being boring, +1 again. Just wish my kitchen was bigger so I could leave it out on the bench all the time.

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    I bought mine from this guy here. https://www.etsy.com/shop/JonesCuttingBoards
    Edit: website also: http://www.jonescuttingboards.com

    Some excellent end-grain boards (and some edge I believe, if you're after that) that I haven't seen elsewhere. Seemed like great value when I was looking for mine, and has been great to use. Just another option for you to consider.
    Also seems to do custom orders, if you are after specific designs/wood. Seems to have more one-off/custom designs on the etsy store.

    Standard disclaimer, no affliliation to me etc etc... I haven't seen him mentioned around here at all though, and imo he creates top quality boards that should be more widely appreciated

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    Any recommendations for EU?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konge View Post
    Any recommendations for EU?
    Yep. Buy a Boardsmith and have it shipped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OliverNuther View Post
    Yep. Buy a Boardsmith and have it shipped.
    I had one shipped to Denmark years ago and even though shipping was expensive it was still a decent price for a great board.

    Lars


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