Saturday, June 7, 2014

Bamboo Cutting Boards: Three Piece Set Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

My Thoughts:

These really are cool.  They are naturally antibacterial because they are made from bamboo.  These are really sturdy cutting boards.  I am really big on my cutting boards since I am always cooking and using them.  They have to be clean and sturdy.  These are very handy and quite beautiful.  Yes, I am the chef of the house and love cooking from scratch.  Have I mentioned they are sturdy? My family has the dropsies and we are always testing how stable things are made.  They even hold up to my real chef knives.  These are well worth the price for a good sturdy cutting board set.  They also care about the way they are harvested.  I love products that care about our environment.  Easy to clean and harvested without chemicals.  You know I love that!  Wonderful company and a great product. I am a fan.

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Product Description from the Company:

Product Description
Three piece bamboo cutting board set
Our premium cutting boards are made of high-quality bamboo, and are thicker than most boards out there, and are food safety tested to ensure no nasty chemicals.

Benefits of Bamboo Styles 3-Piece Cutting Board
-Extra Thick for Durability
-15% Stronger than Maple and 33% Lighter than Oak
-Easy to Clean &; Maintain
-Natural Bamboo with No Dyes or Colors
-FSC Certified - To Ensure Sustainable and Ethical Harvesting
-Doesn't Dull Knives
-Socially Responsible - 100% Renewable Resource
-Free of Fertilizers and Pesticides
-Anti-Bacterial Properties

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