crazywednesday wrote: ↑Wed Oct 23, 2019 9:28 pmHow does one know quality vs cheap when it comes to the amazon cutting board?Ankerson wrote: ↑Wed Oct 23, 2019 9:22 pmcrazywednesday wrote: ↑Wed Oct 23, 2019 8:42 pmHonestly, I started this thread with concern over wear on blade edge. Its interesting to me that this has morphed into sanitation. I probably wasnt specific enough. I have always considered "plastic" cutting boards more sanitary given same wash routine. There seems to be two schools of thought. 1) nobody has commented on increased wear on either type of cutting board. Maybe this is so negligible that nobody cares or it hasnt been studied enough for anyone to post on this forum. 2) biological contamination is more important to a type of cutting board that wear on the blade doesnt matter. I would like to propose; What type of cutting boards wear less on your kitchen knives?
Synthetic actually wears less as long as you get good high quality boards.
The cheap crap is more plastic and is harder on the edges.
Depends on the exact board...
The better boards are not really plastic.... And they are more expensive obviously and they are easy on the blades...
This is what I use...
https://www.williams-sonoma.com/product ... x=0.0.3223
They are NSF-Certified.
http://www.nsf.org/consumer-resources/w ... ification/
You really do get what you pay for here.