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    I've used my first Boardsmith for some time, I have not gone light on it but always pampered it between the abuse (i.e. used Dave's mineral oil/beeswax stuff). It has some dark marks from hot utensils that have been put on it (small kitchen is a partial excuse) but also some deeper scars from the mistake of using a oroshigane on it. I now use a small poly for the oroshigane.
    Despite this the board works and looks fantastic. I must buy at least one more so all my kids can inherit one.

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    I've used mine right from the get go(after proper mineral oil/board butter treatment of course).No proteins(I use poly) veg,friut etc great board.It's too nice not to use....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rotary View Post
    Dave . . . you need to ugly-up your boards a little!
    I'll remember that the next time a board hits the dumpster.

    Just ruined four legs destined for a major island project. They will hit the dumnpster when I clean up Saturday morning.

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    Ouch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The BoardSMITH View Post

    Just ruined four legs destined for a major island project. They will hit the dumnpster when I clean up Saturday morning.
    Hey, just sell them as peppermill blanks on ebay

    I confess that I neglect my boards just as much as my knives, i.e. both could use more frequent oiling and care. But I also use them without hesitation. I do raw poultry and fish on the sanituff, but everything else on one of my two cherry-maple boards.

    Stefan

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    Shoot, we cut beef, chicken, fish, veggies, bread, flatten biscuit dough, cut out paper for crafts, you name it! It's a cutting board--Ima cut on it!

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    That's way I have two, a maple to beat on and a cherry just to pretty up the counter.

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    I use mine for everything, and my other older boards get used for mise en place.
    I see no reason to not use the one board for both veg and protein. At least in my own kitchen!
    Spike C
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    You guys are using wooden boards for raw proteins?

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    I am. Look at the research.
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