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Thread: Gorgeous cutting board...but who makes it?

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    Gorgeous cutting board...but who makes it?




    Anyone have any insight?


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    Looks to me like a hobbyist or some other variety of woodworker made it as a side project. The different wood types are a little aesthetically overwhelming for someone who makes cutting boards exclusively.


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    is there an option to buy it pre-soaked in animal urine? if so, i would be interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by rancho View Post
    is there an option to buy it pre-soaked in animal urine? if so, i would be interested
    "Can be delivered in a wide range of animal urins and other bodily fluids at the customers discretion"

    DarkHOeK

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    Quote Originally Posted by rancho View Post
    is there an option to buy it pre-soaked in animal urine? if so, i would be interested
    Kopi luwak, (coffee beans that have been eaten and excreted by the Asian palm civet), sells for $350 a pound, so you may have something here. Perhaps the urine of the Australian opossum affects the wood of a cutting board giving it extraordinary properties. Have you checked edge retention on your board now?

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    Now imagine the opossum drank kopi luwak coffee right before pissing on your board?
    You could sell the thing for $750 AT LEAST!

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    Nice board, I don't know about the animal urine though, maybe would work as mizu on some of the knives on here.

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    I'd like to point out that I'm not knocking the board AT ALL! It really is amazing work!

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    is it just me or does that board look REALLY thin

    (color patterns aren't my cup o' tea either)

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    It does look really thin. Maybe it's just the picture....


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