Each board is harvested and assembled from Larch logs in a small Nova Scotia mill. The wood fibers are lined vertically so they can close and heal after you’ve cut them.
The flexible end grain will self-cleanse and squeeze out any excess color, bacteria, or food, and the rubber feet prevent moisture from getting trapped. Besides its magical healing properties—the board has intricate gradients and patterns that you’ll uncover by cutting across the growth rings.
Chefs praise the density of end grain because it absorbs the impact of blades and even helps keep them sharp. With proper seasoning and care, a Larch Wood board will be helping you prep and looking great for generations.