[Sca-cooks] Cleaning plastic and wooden cutting boards

S CLEMENGER sclemenger at msn.com
Fri Mar 21 19:05:49 PDT 2008

I got mine at the grocery store--same area as the other "artisan" oils.
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  From: Bhadra<mailto:bhadradharma at gmail.com> 
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  Ok, Dragon, so, where do we get walnut oil?


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  Adding a little to this...
  I have found that walnut oil is a better oil for use on wood in food
  applications. It is an oil that cures in much the same way as linseed
  oil but is also food safe. It does not go rancid if applied in a thin
  coat and allowed to soak in for a few minutes before being wiped off.
  Over the course of a few days it will actually cure and set in the
  wood producing a good finish.
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