This cutting board is made of Walnut, Cherry, and Birch.


It has been finished with a mix of mineral oil and 100% beeswax, applied warm.  I use end grain on the cutting surface, as it is most durable and also easiest on the knives.  It also gives a nice pattern and texture to the cutting board.

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