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We chose three woods for making serial end grain cutting boards: oak, birch and walnut. These woods have proven themselves during last years as the best woods for making end grain cutting boards. They are very stable, durable, less blunt the knife blades.
The quality of these boards is the same as the quality of the boards made on an individual design. We use the same FDA approved Titebond III glue, the same materials and equipment, the same technological processes.
Moreover these boards are more stable and durable than the boards made of several types of wood. All woods have different densities and different shrinkage rates. Therefore boards made of several woods are more prone to deformation, cracking and have a shorter lifetime.
Inevitable shrinkage and swelling of boards made of one type of wood occur more evenly and smoothly. We can recommend these end grain cutting boards for daily intensive use in the kitchen.