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J. K. Adams Cutting Boards Review

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J. K. Adams Cutting Boards J. K. Adams Cuttings Board
Provided by J. K. Adams
Reviewed by Emily Racette

The J. K. Adams Takes Two cutting boards are quality kitchen items. Made from solid maple from sustainable sources, these cutting boards can handle your food preparations. A good cook needs a good cutting board (or two, or three), and the cutting boards from the Takes Two collection, made in the USA, are perfect for a home-cook like you.

I think the 16" x 12" cutting board is great. I have a small cutting board at home for fruits and veggies that's often too small. I find when I chop heads of broccoli, the florets and "crumbs" aren't contained on the cutting board but fly onto the counter. This means more cleanup for me, which I'm not thrilled about. The 16" x 12" board is so roomy, and I love that. Whatever kind of vegetable I chop, it's large enough to hold the pre-chopped and chopped veggie as well as the scraps.

After chopping my veggies, I flip the board over from the carrot side to the chicken side. These small logos in the corner make it easy to tell which side is for meat and which side is for fruit and vegetables. Speaking of meat, I prefer chopping it on wood boards like these because they are more sanitary than plastic boards and are better for knives.

The cutting boards from the Takes Two collection are not microwave or dishwasher safe. Though some people don't like this inconvenience, I don't mind. I prefer to wash anything that has touched raw meat by hand to ensure it's had a thorough washing. Make sure to wash these boards in warm, soapy water immediately after use and don't let them soak.

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