What Is the Best Cutting Board? Artelegno Cutting Board Review

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61On3r5IdaL._SL1024_For years, I’ve been using inferior cutting boards, leading to a lot of frustration and unhygienic cutting surfaces. A few months ago, I decided to splurge on a good cutting board.

After investigating a few options, I settled on this awesome cutting board from Italy: the Artelegno.

There are many things that I like about it:

  • The wood quality.¬†It cleans¬†quickly and doesn’t easily absorb odors and colors from vegetable juices.
  • The sturdiness
  • The magnet under the top right corner. You can drop your knife there and it will stay in place
  • The elevated design, making it possible to slide a plate under. Perfect for throwing cut ingredients there.

It’s available on Amazon.

Here’s my video review. Enjoy!

Frederic Patenaude

Frederic Patenaude has been an important influence in the raw food and natural health movement since he started writing and publishing in 1998, first by being the editor of Just Eat an Apple magazine. He is the author of over 20 books, including The Raw Secrets, the Sunfood Cuisine and Raw Food Controversies. Since 2013 he’s been the Editor-in-Chief of Renegade Health.

Frederic loves to relentlessly debunk nutritional myths. He advocates a low-fat, plant-based diet and has had over 10 years of experience with raw vegan diets. He lives in Montreal, Canada.


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  1. Jacek says:

    Nice review, Frederic. Thank you. Bon Appetit!

  2. Sonja Ball says:

    Where in Montreal can I pick one up?

  3. suzanne says:

    Looks great and I do love those features you mention. What bugs me about boards is how loud they are. I have tried the Epicurean (expensive and very loud). Cork boards are also expensive, less loud but eventually little bits of cork are cut out from the constant chopping. Even the Epicurean has bits of fiber coming off after long use. I refuse to use plastic. I have brainstormed and looked for a quiet board but I guess they just don’t exist. My hearing is sensitive ever since 45+years ago listening to White Rabbit by Grace at full volume over and over. I carry ear plugs with me everywhere and use them while my husband is chopping his vegies. Of course, knife skills lack finesse.

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