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Surpahs Bamboo Ultra-Thin Cutting Boards #Review

This is a product review for Surpahs products

If you spend any amount of time in the kitchen you know how important your cutting boards are to you. What do you use your cutting boards most for? I use it all the time for meats, breads and veggies when slicing and dicing. I actually have more than one so I can separate the veggie surface from the poultry surface if I am cooking both. The 3 sizes in Surpahs Bamboo cutting boards are both a sanitary option and gives me multiple boards to use for one meal.

Do you know the health facts about using cutting boards? Let me enlighten you. In wood cutting boards, the harmful bacteria such as Salmonella and E-coli remain alive on the surface even after most rinsing methods. The bacteria will not multiply and will die off in time as opposed to plastic boards. However, wood is porous and water, mold and bacteria can become absorbed. Plastic boards pose the worst risk as many do not properly clean and sterilize these boards in a dishwasher or microwave after EVERY use. Plastic boards get knife scarring after time and which gives a place for bacteria to grow. Surpahs has a third and better option for you with their bamboo cutting boards. Bamboo is water resistant so none is absorbed. Bamboo is also renewable. Using a bamboo cutting board is not only resists bacteria better then wood or plastic, but you are leaving a bit of a thumbprint on our environment.

About Surpahs 3-layer Overlapping Joins Cutting Board 3-pack

  • 3 sizes-small, medium and large
  • Eco-friendly bamboo with 3 joins to prevent warping or splitting
  • 0.4″ for a thinner, sleeker cutting board
  • Knife-friendly surface
  • Harder & lighter than maple
  • Less moisture absorbed to resist bacteria growth
  • FDA certified
Disclosure: Parenting Healthy was provided the above product for review. All opinions are 100% my own
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