The kitchen is never complete with a cutting board. It is in fact the backbone of a well-running kitchen. While there are several types of cutting board based on the materials they are made of, wooden cutting boards are still the most preferred – even passing them down from generation to generation.
The wooden boards are solid and steady, gripping the knife as securely as possible whether you dice an onion or cut into a thick-skinned vegetable. In truth, wood is moderately soft, so it maintains the sharpness of your knives when compared to other surfaces of cutting boards. What’s more, the wooden cutting boards look beautiful as rustic serving dishes.