Multilayer Birch Wood Pastry Board. Dimensions: 75x50 cm
Multilayer Birch Wood Pastry Board.
Board dimensions: 75x50x1,2 cm
This board is perfect for rolling out the dough with a rolling pin and for preparing fresh homemade pasta.
Wooden stop bar covering almost the entire board length and ensuring board stability.
Our wooden boards are exclusively made in Italy.
First use of a wooden cutting board
When you use a wooden cutting board for the first time, remember that it needs proper cleaning. Wood is a particular material, you need detergents that respect its porosity. The first thing to do is wash it by immersing it for 5 minutes in hot water, or clean it thoroughly using hot water and a sponge. Another suggestion is to treat it with seed oil (this is better than olive oil, which could turn rancid). Repeat the operation the next day. A good habit is to treat it with seed oil at least twice a year.
Cleaning and maintenance Wooden cutting board
Never wash the cutting board in the dishwasher and we do not recommend the use of chemicals, as the wood is porous. For this reason, after each use it is necessary to clean it thoroughly, as it could become soaked with liquids and odors. The first thing to do is to remove food residues with a brush, from flour or suitable for household cleaning. To avoid stains, all food remains must be eliminated very quickly. You can clean with warm water and a few drops of castile soap, and also use a sponge to clean where it is dirtier. Then rinse with plenty of warm water and dry with a clean cloth. Place the wooden cutting board upright to ensure that the liquids evaporate completely and do not form mold.
Maintenance of the wooden cutting board
For a deeper cleaning to be done less frequently, use coarse salt together with a lemon cut in half, which you have to rub inside. For faster cleaning of your wooden cutting board you can use vinegar. Apply a few drops, scrub with a sponge and rinse with warm water. Using baking soda and lemon juice can also help. In any case, after cleaning, always let it dry, if possible, in the open air and in a vertical position, to take advantage of the sanitizing action of the sun's rays and avoid the formation of mold.
- Birch wood