Search results for "Cutting Boards From Trees"

  • TREE STUMP CUTTING BOARD TREE STUMP CUTTING BOARD - Photo

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    • szlea

      Massachusetts artist Spencer Peterman created this striking Tree Stump Cutting Board from fallen maple trees. He carefully sands each one in order to preserve the wood's shape and unique markings.


  • Bamboo Cutting Board From Crate & Barrel Bamboo Cutting Board From Crate & Barrel - Photo

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    • SeñoritaRuth

      i love the pattern on this cutting board. made from renewable bamboo, it's also a great way to move to greener ways of living.


  • Fallen Tree Cutting Boards Fallen Tree Cutting Boards - Photo

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    • 1002

      add something original to your kitchen with these fallen tree cutting boards. old oak is solid and strong and yours if you get it here.


  • Half Size Walnut and Ash Wood Cutting Board Half Size Walnut and Ash Wood Cutting Board - Photo

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    • bigalkahuna

      This is a great cutting board. Wood is always the way to go and never go for a plastic cutting board. Made from a tree farm meaning no forests were harmed in making this cutting board.


  • Small Cherry and Ash Wood Cutting Board Small Cherry and Ash Wood Cutting Board - Photo

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    • bigalkahuna

      Made from a tree farm, this cutting board was made without harming the forests. I really like that. I also love wood cutting boards compared to plastic. They are more hygenic.


  • Teakwood Wave Cutting Board Teakwood Wave Cutting Board - Photo

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    • ao73

      This cutting board is made of wood that comes from a sustainably grown forest in Guatemala. The teakwood is taken from younger trees, so that older trees are not completely destroyed.


  • Bamboo Cutting Board by Sur La Table Bamboo Cutting Board by Sur La Table - Photo

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    • melissaclark

      These come from a sustainable wood source and are very durable and beautiful. I hate plastic cutting boards! If you wash these well, you´ll be fine as far as food safety goes. If you want to distinguish the sweet from savory side (so you don´t mix the flavor of strawberries with onions!), just take a Sharpie and make a little mark on each side to remind you which is which.


  • Colorful Rings Cutting Board Colorful Rings Cutting Board - Photo

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    • kismet

      Most cutting boards are boring, but this one is fun and colorful. You'll never be in a bad mood cooking dinner if you're looking at this.


  • Bambu Bamboo Cutting Board Bambu Bamboo Cutting Board - Photo

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    • thedelicious

      Bambu cutting boards are made from 100% organically grown bamboo, which is also a highly sustainable material. The cuttings boards are durable and don't absorb flavors from food. I just like how pretty they are.


  • Furni Miller Bamboo Cutting Board w/ Prep Bowls Furni Miller Bamboo Cutting Board w/ Prep Bowls - Photo

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    • moxie

      Designer Furni's new Miller Bamboo Cutting Board is not only a cool affordable cutting board, but it is also very eco-friendly as well. The board itself is made from bamboo which is a very renewable resource and extremely fast growing (up to 3 feet per day!), is 16% harder than maple and absorbs very little moisture. Even better, the Miller Bamboo Cutting board has interchangeable inset stainless steel preparation bowls that sit flush with the board to prevent damage to your knife while you're slicing, dicing and chopping away and non-slip rubber feet so the board doesn't get away from you. I really love the little built-in bowls to keep everything separated.


  • ModCloth Apple Dog Cutting Board ModCloth Apple Dog Cutting Board - Photo

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    • modcloth

      Fully functional, skid-proof, and sturdy, this cutting board is also super cute and clever. Avoir Faim means “to be hungry” – what better sentiment for food preparation? Imported from Japan, and a brilliant gift for the person who has everything.


  • Epicurean Juice Groove Cutting Board Epicurean Juice Groove Cutting Board - Photo

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    • SeñoritaRuth

      that turkey looks delicious, but that cutting board looks awesome! not forgetting presentation, the juice groove also creates a handsome border. definitely a clever pick for the kitchen.


  • Preserve Cutting Board, Recycline - Healthy, Green Reviews - SustainLane Preserve Cutting Board, Recycline - Healthy, Green Reviews - SustainLane - Photo

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    • rjax

      I'm not running crazy to buy everything eco-friendly, but when it's as cool as this...it's hard to resist. It's a cutting board made from recycled paper. We cook from scratch a lot at home. This would be a good addition to our tools.


  • Space Invaders Cutting Board Space Invaders Cutting Board - Photo

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    • whosdiary

      I have a bunch of Space Invaders Goodies, and now they have a space invaders cutting board.


  • Square Bamboo Cutting Board Square Bamboo Cutting Board - Photo

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    • Aswan

      Once my current cutting board expires, this will be my next purchase. Bamboo always displays nicely and you can proudly own this product knowing that it's made from a highly renewable resource. The board is odor and bacteria resistant.


  • Over the Sink Cutting Board Over the Sink Cutting Board - Photo

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    • carolineoncrack

      Rinse and chop food conveniently in the same space with this nifty over-the-sink cutting board.


  • Sustainable Teak Cutting Boards Sustainable Teak Cutting Boards - Photo

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    • jharvs

      Get one of these funtional and sleek teak cutting boards, and you'll be chopping like a chef, and doing your part to make our world a better place. The wood is collected in accordance with strict environmental and social considerations, from the closest plantations - minimizing the energy consumption of transport.