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Wood Cutting Board Glossary

KitchenAid Wood Cutting Board Glossary and Terms

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Two-Sided Cutting Board Reversible cutting board means you can do more with less. One side is flat for conventional cutting and food preparation, while the other side combines the Drain-Away Tray and Measure Marks for more precise intricate preparations. Kitchenware/Cutting Boards Two-sided cutting surfaces allows for easy multitasking.
Drain-Away Tray The angled surface allows juices, gravy and liquids to drain away. This proves very useful when preparing recipes which include juice filled items such as tomatoes or other fruits/vegetables and meats. Kitchenware/Cutting Boards Angled surface drains juices, gravy, and liquids away.
Measure Marks Measurement markings are etched into the wood of each KitchenAid® cutting board, for precision cutting and even sized slices. Kitchenware/Cutting Boards Laser-etched measurement marks for precision and even cutting.
Thick Bamboo Cutting Board KitchenAid® Cutting Boards are made of 15mm thick, Bamboo natural wood, making them extremely durable, yet gentle on knives so the blades don’t dull. Kitchenware/Cutting Boards 15mm thick cutting board.
Thick Acacia Cutting Board KitchenAid® Cutting Boards are made of heavy duty 1” (25mm) thick, Acacia wood, making them extremely durable, yet gentle on knives so the blades don’t dull. Kitchenware/Cutting Boards 25mm thick cutting board.
Thick Walnut Cutting Board KitchenAid® Cutting Boards are made of heavy duty 1” (25mm) thick, Acacia wood, making them extremely durable, yet gentle on knives so the blades don’t dull. Kitchenware/Cutting Boards 25mm thick cutting board.
Lifetime Limited Warranty Your KitchenAid cutting board is warranted to be free of defects in material or workmanship under normal household use when used according to the instructions. Kitchenware/Cutting Boards Visit international.kitchenaid.com for further details.

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