The wood from this self-healing, end grain cutting board is harvested and assembled in a small, Nova Scotia mill. They cut it to expose the intricate patterns and gradients of the growth rings. But besides the aesthetic benefits, the fibers are lined vertically to close and heal after you’ve cut them. That keeps knives sharper and your board cleaner. It even has rubber feet to prevent moisture from getting trapped. With proper care and seasoning, this heirloom Larch Wood board will last you a lifetime.
Also from Larch Wood
of Larch Wood