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Old 12-17-2015, 07:49 AM   #81
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Le Creuset's silicone spoonulas. I have 6 of them and use them for everything. I have one wooden spoon and most everything else is stainless
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Old 12-17-2015, 09:26 AM   #82
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Stainless steel has is the second worst cutting surface for damaging your knives, next to glass.
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Old 12-17-2015, 10:28 AM   #83
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Stainless steel has is the second worst cutting surface for damaging your knives, next to glass.
No I don't use a stainless cutting board, just wood and thick plastic. Pretty much plastic.

I have a small bamboo board but its so pretty I only use it for a cheese platter.

Who in the world would even MAKE a stainless steel cutting board?
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No I don't use a stainless cutting board, just wood and thick plastic. Pretty much plastic.

I have a small bamboo board but its so pretty I only use it for a cheese platter.

Who in the world would even MAKE a stainless steel cutting board?
The same people who make the glass ones?
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Old 12-17-2015, 10:51 AM   #85
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No I don't use a stainless cutting board, just wood and thick plastic. Pretty much plastic.

I have a small bamboo board but its so pretty I only use it for a cheese platter.

Who in the world would even MAKE a stainless steel cutting board?
I think GG was referencing the post before yours. It linked to a SS cutting board.
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Old 12-17-2015, 11:07 AM   #86
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No I don't use a stainless cutting board, just wood and thick plastic. Pretty much plastic.

I have a small bamboo board but its so pretty I only use it for a cheese platter.

Who in the world would even MAKE a stainless steel cutting board?
Andy's right - I was responding to the post before yours. I should have quoted it.

I know you would never do that to your knives, jenny
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I didn't look at the link as I wasn't paying full attention ....

That's something I cant fathom using as a cutting board. I can see it as a counter-saver if you have nice counters, used with a plastic or wood board on top.

That thing will destroy your knives ...
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