After I wrote the post “Why Wooden Cutting Boards are Best“, I was contacted by Madeline of Proteak Renewable Forestry. She said Proteak couldn’t agree more, and that they’d like to give Common Sense Homesteading readers a chance to win one of their Proteak cutting boards and a 20% discount on their Proteak Store purchases. So without further ado, here’s some background information, a review, and a chance to win.
What is Teak?
Teak is a tropical hardwood that has been used through history as a long lasting, water resistant, durable hardwood. Its great in the kitchen because of its high oil content which lends itself to its water resistance and natural antibacterial qualities. [Read more…]