In 2013, I reviewed a gorgeous, sustainably harvested cutting board from Proteak. They’ve recently relaunched their Marine Collection of cutting boards, and asked if I would like to share them with all of you again. Since the last giveaway was so popular, I was glad to do so. You can read the full review of Proteak and the Proteak Cutting Boards to learn about teak, where the wood is grown and the company’s commitment to environmental stewardship. Since they’ve taken steps to produce a quality produce that lasts, I figured it would be a great idea to share the things you should never do to your cutting board to help it stay beautiful for a lifetime of service.
7 Things You Should Never Do To Your Cutting Board