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Granite Chopping Board £1.00 @ PoundLand

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
Found this in the Preston PoundLand. I have put a ten pound note in the image so you can see roughly how big it is (21cm x 29cm). It's about 1cm - 2cm thick.

It's very heavy so I think it must be granite, it also says 'granite chopping board' on the label.

I bought the black one but there there was at least one other colour - a creamy colour with brown bits.
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1 Like #1
#2
looks gfab - heat added
#3
I want one
#4
HOT, these are about £ 10 in Tesco, maybe a bit more. Don't buy one for granite workstops though.

Edited By: JR Hartley on Jan 08, 2011 17:42
#5
my god what a bargain
#6
could it be used as a pizza stone?
8 Likes #7
Be kind to your knives and use a wooden board!
19 Likes #8
buy a sony ive never heard of this brand ;)
6 Likes #9
Hi-fi afficienados use these to put their speakers on ...apparently it makes your speakers go down to 1Hz & nearby dogs spontaneously combust



Edited By: HankMcSpank on Jan 08, 2011 17:48
4 Likes #10
Always use wooden boards, never glass or granite etc.

However... if you don't want to use this as a chopping board, buy 4 of them, and use them as placemats!! Still a bloody bargain.
1 Like #11
I've got one of these, paid a tenner for it, they are brilliant things! Can't believe they're a pound! Great find!
#12
Could use them as placemats at that price.
7 Likes #13
clear the sheld, tile a floor!
2 Likes #14
I got one yesterday, using it as a trivet.... (is that what they're called?? for resting hot pans on??)
#15
andiejn
clear the sheld, tile a floor!

Not such a ridiculous idea as it sounds....
#16
My local Morrisons were doing these for £2.99 and thought that was a bargain
I use them as trivets
#17
JR Hartley
andiejn
clear the sheld, tile a floor!


Not such a ridiculous idea as it sounds....

im glad you can understand it im racking my brains
#18
andiejn
clear the sheld, tile a floor!

Might be a bit slipperly
3 Likes #19
the porter
JR Hartley
andiejn
clear the sheld, tile a floor!
Not such a ridiculous idea as it sounds....
im glad you can understand it im racking my brains

Obviously meant to read 'clear the shelves'...they would make quite substantial floor tiles and at a fraction of the cost of granite floor tiles.
1 Like #20
JR Hartley
Simpso
andiejn
clear the sheld, tile a floor!
Might be a bit slipperly


Obviously meant to read 'clear the shelves'...they would make quite substantial floor tiles and at a fraction of the cost of granite floor tiles.


i thought it was clear the shed thanks for clearing it up
#21
to the poundshop i go! (tomorrow)
#22
Quite sad to see you all getting so excited about a piece of cheap tat!
#23
I've always wanted a granite chopping board but been told it really blunts knives so haven't bothered but I really like the idea as placemats for this price or even to use for rolling out pastry so HOT from me..
#24
the porter
JR Hartley
Simpso
andiejn
clear the sheld, tile a floor!
Might be a bit slipperly


Obviously meant to read 'clear the shelves'...they would make quite substantial floor tiles and at a fraction of the cost of granite floor tiles.


yep, i meant shelf !

i thought it was clear the shed thanks for clearing it up
6 Likes #25
ibiza
could it be used as a pizza stone?


Sure can, also as a baking stone in the oven to impart heat gradually after switching off. For quick pizzas: mix flour, water, little oil & salt. If you have baking powder or yeast good but no problem if not. A little yogurt is even better. Mix in a big pot with a big fork or spatula so your hands stay non-sticky, cover and let rest for at least half an hour, pref. somewhere warm like a switched off oven but not hot.

Spread the dough on the stone or an oven pan or baking tray. Oil the base a little. If the dough is sticky, just dump it on the base and powder the top with flour and pat down, still keeping hands non-doughy. Cover with tomato puree or chopped tomato. Tomato sauce will do too. Cover with your fave veggies: onions, greens, etc. If a carnivore, try tuna or ham or sausage or salami etc. Put in some pickles like gherkins or peppers or mixed pickles etc. for the tangy dimension and lemon/lime juice. Anchovies if you got. Top up with any kind of cheese. Lots of ground black pepper when done. The thinner doughs make for tastier quicker pizzas.

Time to get back to Ibiza hills ASAP.
6 Likes #26
Gball
Quite sad to see you all getting so excited about a piece of cheap tat!

bit sad commenting when your not interested in the "cheap tat"
9 Likes #27
Gball
Quite sad to see you all getting so excited about a piece of cheap tat!

It's cheap. Do you have any evidence it's tat? Didn't think so - troll.
1 Like #28
HankMcSpank
Hi-fi afficienados use these to put their speakers on ...apparently it makes your speakers go down to 1Hz & nearby dogs spontaneously combust




Wouldn't say I'm high end but I have my subwoofer resting on one of these I got from Sainsburys for £6 and that was half price. For a quid you can't go wrong really whatever you use it for. :)
#29
daviebroon
Always use wooden boards, never glass or granite etc.

However... if you don't want to use this as a chopping board, buy 4 of them, and use them as placemats!! Still a bloody bargain.


Why? And before anybody goes on about wooden chopping boards being anti-bacterial I have never heard of the wooden vs plastic test ever being done a 6 month old boards, let alone older.

Also chopping on glass/granite will preserve the edge on the knife for longer as you won't be trying to cut it like a soft material eg. wood.

Now wait for the arguments to begin!
#30
Another alternative use is for putting under your hi-fi separates and under your speakers
#31
LOUGHBORO GUY - Jan 08, 2011 17:42
my god what a bargain
Bet you will be using your chopper tonight loughboro guy!!!!
#32
Heat added , excellent deal .
#33
A word of advice, if you like to keep your knives razor sharp, don't use one of these to cut food on, it will make them blunt in no time. Hygenic yes, good for knives no. I use plastic for meats and wood for vegetables etc.
#34
liamf12
daviebroon
Always use wooden boards, never glass or granite etc.

However... if you don't want to use this as a chopping board, buy 4 of them, and use them as placemats!! Still a bloody bargain.


Why? And before anybody goes on about wooden chopping boards being anti-bacterial I have never heard of the wooden vs plastic test ever being done a 6 month old boards, let alone older.

Also chopping on glass/granite will preserve the edge on the knife for longer as you won't be trying to cut it like a soft material eg. wood.

Now wait for the arguments to begin!


The only benefit of wooden chopping boards is if using ceramic knives to prevent chipping... having said that i am not tryin to start an argument or join in one, just sayin my opinion :).
#35
the porter - Jan 08, 2011 18:32
OldEnglish
LOUGHBORO GUY - Jan 08, 2011 17:42
my god what a bargain
Bet you will be using your chopper tonight loughboro guy!!!!


i do hope so then we will get another sxy pose of his mum i cant wait ;)
Loughboro guys a top man we want more mate lol!!!
#36
pomp
I've got one of these, paid a tenner for it, they are brilliant things! Can't believe they're a pound! Great find!

I got one for a tenner from Asda, bargain for anyone who would like to use it.
3 Likes #37
Bloody hell I'm going to buy loads of these and make myself a granite kitchen worktop. It's going to save me thousands of pounds!
1 Like #38
Gball
Quite sad to see you all getting so excited about a piece of cheap tat!


there , you have had your attention seeking post for today ,
back under your bridge now
#39
Granite...for a pound lol
gotta vote hot!
#40
A stone chopping board? A knife blunter, more like!

I guess this is a good deal because of the comparative price, but a chocolate teapot for a penny would still be useless for the task.

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