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JJR
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cutting board and wood spoons and stuff.  Can I use olive oil, or will that go rancid sitting on the wood utensils because it's not air tight?  

So many things to learn about this cooking stuff.  Wow.


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I think olive (or any vegetable) oil will go rancid in the open air.

According to this site, a good board doesn't soak up enough oil to matter if it is rancid, the point is to keep the board from soaking up water to provide a medium for bacteria.

http://www.leechesson.com/cutting_boards/wood_cutting_board_care.htm


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I use coconut oil on my wooden cutting boards

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I believe linseed oil can be used. I'll ask BD what she uses. I just wash and dry mine.  


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My 2 cents from my blog on caring for wooden cutting boards

http://www.lifeongreenlane.com/?p=803

Need to take my own advice! My boards need conditioning!


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beeswax eh?  I like that idea.


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Quoted from Wholefoodie
My 2 cents from my blog on caring for wooden cutting boards

http://www.lifeongreenlane.com/?p=803

Need to take my own advice! My boards need conditioning!


What is the name of the product you are using in this video? I have wooden countertops and I'd love to treat them with something like this.


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Do you do the lemon 1st then the beeswax or are they done at separate times?


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What is the name of the product you are using in this video? I have wooden countertops and I'd love to treat them with something like this.

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From the picture and description in the video, and looking around for a similar product, I found this product:
Natural Beeswax & Mineral Oil Wood Preserver Tin, 7 oz.
http://www.williams-sonoma.com.....amp;cm_src=E:AutoRel

I'm not answering for Wholefoodie - I hope she confirms or indicates what product she is using...


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Thanks ABJoe, I bookmarked it and will see what Wholefoodie says. I do like Williams-Sonoma


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Yeah, thanks Joe!


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