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Cutting Boards

A cutting board is an essential part of food preparation, whether you’re a novice cook or a future Masterchef. They might look simple on the surface, but you’re spoilt for choice. Coming in a wide range of materials, colours and sizes, there’s a lot to consider before choosing the right cutting board for you.

Cutting Things Down: A Cutting Boards Buying Guide

  1. Invest in a cutting board that’s easy to clean. Plastic is smooth, lightweight and dishwasher-safe, while bamboo and wood can be hand washed with mild soap and warm water.
  2. Equally important is finding a cutting board that can resist bacteria and aid in proper food handling practices. Plastic is non-porous, meaning juices are unable to penetrate the surface. They can also tolerate harsh chemicals. Wood and bamboo, on the other hand, contain natural properties that help to prevent the growth of bacteria. Some wood and plastic boards even come with grooves to make it easier to drain juices.
  3. What’s the ideal size for a cutting board? That depends on your cooking habits, though it’s probably wise to invest in a large cutting board, with the average size sitting around 18x18 cm and up.
  4. A quality cutting board also needs to withstand long-term damage from sharp knives. Bamboo and wood carving boards are nice and thick, and can absorb the impact of blades, especially when it comes to end-grain boards. They’re also self-healing and can help to keep knives sharp.
  5. Colour-coded cutting boards can offer plenty of convenience when it comes to food hygiene. Each board serves a different purpose (e.g. red for red meat), which can help prevent cross-contamination between foods.They’re also non-slip and knife-friendly, and are set apart in their own storage case to allow air to circulate.
  6. Cutting boards don’t even have to be rectangular – round chopping boards can be rotated and are especially handy for cutting up smaller foods.
  7. Coming in all shapes and sizes, the humble cutting board has become a popular serving choice for grazing boards. Enjoy delicious meats, fruits and cheeses on top of a smooth and luxurious piece of acacia or teak, or sumptuous sushi on a slab of bamboo! It’s time to cut up a storm. Head to your nearest Myer store to check out the latest cutting boards and other kitchen accessories from all your favourite brands. Join Myer One for exclusive offers and rewards – the more you spend, the more you earn!

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