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Originally Posted by Spastica
On a related note, my mom and I just got new bamboo cutting boards (renewable resource, harder than regular wood, less nicks) and it says to wipe periodically with mineral oil. Can olive oil work?
Originally Posted by mzfern
Not that I'd want to use mineral oil, but I believe the rationale for using it instead of a vegetable (or fruit, in the case of olive oil) oil is because natural oils can go rancid on your board over time. Maybe someone else has more info/experience??
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