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AlaskaGuy

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#1 posted 07-29-2017 11:30 PM



PLEASE take that for what it is worth… I m not a pro and don t want to get jumped for my first response. lol

Just trying to contribute to the forums as I have just started my first post and hope to get a large number of perspectives for my question as well :)

I will agree that longevity will definitely be reduced… regardless of the bacteria factor.

- Slyced

Welcome to the LJ. We all have our opinion, right and/or wrong. We all make mistakes Nobody knows it all, even-though some think they do. :). One way to learn about something here to post something that is miss information. Someone will be along shortly to straighten you out. :) I like hardwoods for cutting boards.

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