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#1 posted 06-27-2018 02:52 PM

Since you started with green wood, I’d use it for a couple of months before considering a final finish. My go to for anything in the kitchen is mineral oil. Fully in the wood , non-drying, and food safe finish. If a piece begins to look dry, a quick wipe with fresh oil and it looks as good as new.
As has been mentioned before, you don’t need to soak the wood to raise the grain, a wipe down with a wet rag should be more than adequate if you choose to go that way.

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