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#1 posted 07-30-2017 12:05 AM

I would not recommend anything softer than really sturdy cherry for a cutting board. Cedar is super, super soft. Most pine is very soft as well, since it’s all new growth small trees these days.

Cutting boards do not require a lot of lumber, so the cost difference in going with something like maple, walnut, or cherry isn’t large.

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