After I wrote the post “Why Wooden Cutting Boards are Best“, I was contacted by Madeline of Proteak Renewable Forestry. She said Proteak couldn’t agree more, and that they’d like to give Common Sense Homesteading readers a chance to win one of their Proteak cutting boards and a 20% discount on their Proteak Store purchases. So without further ado, here’s some background information, a review, and a chance to win.
What is Teak?
Teak is a tropical hardwood that has been used through history as a long lasting, water resistant, durable hardwood. Its great in the kitchen because of its high oil content which lends itself to its water resistance and natural antibacterial qualities.Did you know? At the bottom of every post there is a little button that looks like a printer. When you scroll over it, it says "PrintFriendly". This will allow to quickly and easily print all or part of any post on the site.