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ChefHDAN

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#1 posted 07-29-2016 09:06 PM


While you do have to wipe hardening oils off to avoid orange peel, wiping it on and off just as soon as you do is wasteful. People do this with mineral oil on butcher block, for example, and it drives me nuts. Let it soak as much as possible (with a cutting board, just walk away and forget it, letting it soak in), then get rid of the excess.
- Kelly

OH +1 So Much I’m a cheap bastard and with BLO I let it soak until it gets tacky and the cutting boards get left with a good puddle of miracle oil on them for a day or 2. Long grain boards won’t absorb as much, but you’d be surprised how much an endgrain board will soak up.

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