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£4.99 granite chopping board at B&M

£4.99 @ B&M Retail
Might have been posted! Hope it is useful to some people. Size: 40 x 30 x 1.5cm (Approx.) Features: Wipe Clean. Non Slip Feet. Scratch Resistant. Suitable for all types of food. Read More
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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
Might have been posted! Hope it is useful to some people.

Size: 40 x 30 x 1.5cm (Approx.)

Features:

Wipe Clean.
Non Slip Feet.
Scratch Resistant.
Suitable for all types of food.
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13 Likes #1
Blunt your nice sharp knives
2 Likes #2
TKDBlackbelt
Blunt your nice sharp knives
Excellent for rolling out pastry and making dough on though.
#3
TKDBlackbelt
Blunt your nice sharp knives
Yep that's true has anyone found a good knives sharpener too on 2nd thought you better get two (_;)
#4
£6.99 at Aldi this week so a good deal
#5
Bought 1 about a month ago.from b &m great buy.
#6
Ment to vote hot, I have this and love it, other places a lot more expensive
3 Likes #7
they make a pretty good sub woofer plinth too.
#8
Cold, paid £2.99 for one similar in Lidl.
#9
cold ,, great for pastry, but too small
#10
TKDBlackbelt
Blunt your nice sharp knives

http://24.media.tumblr.com/ce66da2aa7b05a6b620abf80b7599c03/tumblr_mf35ah5Akx1qaa97co4_500.gif
2 Likes #11
Chopping board!...What!....Really? Who in their right mind would let a sharp knife near a stone board? That's just mental!
#12
We have this board, mainly for making sandwiches and cups of tea on as we don't want to knack the knives but it's been brilliant so far. Really heavy and decent size.
2 Likes #13
As a Chef, this will blunt your knives in no time, get a wooden one or plastic, stone will blunt them, plus easy to slip at an angle .... woops finger twitching on the board whilst you run round the kitchen like a headless chicken :(
#14
Dumped my granite "chopping board" some time ago. Never ever use stone based chopping boards for the task of chopping.
#15
Marble & Granite boards should be sold as pastry boards....never as chopping boards.

Spend £199 of the excellent knives from ALDI & ruin them in 5 minutes on the board.....chopping boards should always be wood
1 Like #16
is this oven-proof/heat resistant?

If so upto what temperature?

Edited By: cleverduck on Dec 22, 2014 21:25
1 Like #17
These are the worst type of board for chopping. Your knives will be instantly blunted and they don't bend. I use the Ikea Bendable chopping boards £1.40 for 2 pack. A good size and you can bend them to get the contents in a pan.
#18
cleverduck
is this oven-proof/heat resistant?

If so upto what temperature?

Very much doubt it as most of these have rubber/silicone antislip feet glued to the bottom
#19
Hmmmm
5 Likes #20
These are very good. I bought 98 of them and done all of the bathroom :)
#21
I saw a few the other day. Most of them are chipped around edges and corners. Even if you find a good one it will probably chip away soon if you are not careful.
1 Like #22
psmith1958
As a Chef, this will blunt your knives in no time, get a wooden one or plastic, stone will blunt them, plus easy to slip at an angle .... woops finger twitching on the board whilst you run round the kitchen like a headless chicken :(


but what would you say as an astronaut? or a policeman? or an investment banker???
#23
Good boards. We've had ours for a year or so now. They're very heavy and need regular washing as the feet can make it go very mangy underneath from the water if neglected.
#24
corred1964
cleverduck
is this oven-proof/heat resistant?

If so upto what temperature?

Very much doubt it as most of these have rubber/silicone antislip feet glued to the bottom

Might be ok if its silicone... but if its not advertised as oven proof then it probably isnt!
1 Like #25
tonikeys
Chopping board!...What!....Really? Who in their right mind would let a sharp knife near a stone board? That's just mental!

Yeah, everyone knows "rock beats scissors."
#26
Dough boards or trivet, also work for cutting bread but not prepping vex or meat.
banned#27
Naphta
TKDBlackbelt
Blunt your nice sharp knives
Excellent for rolling out pastry and making dough on though.

dough though.
#28
TKDBlackbelt
Blunt your nice sharp knives


But it's scratch resistant and suitable for all types of food. There's nothing worse than scratched chopping board incompatible with tomatoes.
#29
greatkingshark
psmith1958
As a Chef, this will blunt your knives in no time, get a wooden one or plastic, stone will blunt them, plus easy to slip at an angle .... woops finger twitching on the board whilst you run round the kitchen like a headless chicken :(

but what would you say as an astronaut? or a policeman? or an investment banker???


I's say "sorry for f**g up the economy for nearly a decade now".
#30
psmith1958
As a Chef, this will blunt your knives in no time, get a wooden one or plastic, stone will blunt them, plus easy to slip at an angle .... woops finger twitching on the board whilst you run round the kitchen like a headless chicken :(


Will this still blunt my knives if I'm not a chef?
#31
greatkingshark
psmith1958
As a Chef, this will blunt your knives in no time, get a wooden one or plastic, stone will blunt them, plus easy to slip at an angle .... woops finger twitching on the board whilst you run round the kitchen like a headless chicken :(


but what would you say as an astronaut? or a policeman? or an investment banker???


I'd say, "in space, no one can hear you chop"......
#32
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pistachio
These are very good. I bought 98 of them and done all of the bathroom :)


Lol
#33
wonkycows
they make a pretty good sub woofer plinth too.

going to get a few and try on top of the CD player etc like the old brick trick
#34
jut1972
wonkycows
they make a pretty good sub woofer plinth too.

going to get a few and try on top of the CD player etc like the old brick trick

I expect that is only for cheap equipment which had a thin case that needed dampening.
#35
trott3r
jut1972
wonkycows
they make a pretty good sub woofer plinth too.

going to get a few and try on top of the CD player etc like the old brick trick

I expect that is only for cheap equipment which had a thin case that needed dampening.

supposedly works on good kit too.

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