Serve to impress. From log to glossy, end grain cheese board—it’s all harvested and assembled locally in a small Nova Scotia mill. They cut the Larch wood to expose its intricate patterns and gradients. But besides the aesthetic benefits, the flexible end grain will self-cleanse and self-heal after you cut. It even has rubber feet to prevent moisture from getting trapped. With proper care and seasoning, this heirloom cutting board will last you a lifetime.
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