What Size of Smart Healthy Cutting Board Should I Purchase?
Professional cutting boards come in various forms and sizes, including circular cutting boards that take up a lot of bench area. Custom shapes may be required depending on the kitchen and the cuisine that the chef specializes in. However, most common chopping boards are large and rectangular, covering most meal preparation.
While there are many other shapes and sizes to pick from, rectangular boards are the most common. Wessel recommends 12-by-18 inches, the usual size utilized by his own company. If you want something a little bigger, 15-by-20 inches is an acceptable size, and 24-by-36 inches is even more significant.
Professional grade rubber boards are thinner and lighter, often measuring between 12 and 1 inch thick, whereas a well-crafted wooden board should measure between 14 and 2 inches wide. Wessel recommends an end-grain cutting board thickness of at least 2 inches.
It would help if you chose a smart cutting board that meets your specific requirements when it comes down to it. A massive custom-made oak cutting board with dedicated counter space is the focal point of my prep area. While I enjoy it, I also have a tiny rubber cutting board with a grooved liquid-catching channel for cutting meat or processing anything that can stain my wooden board.
Our Smart Chopping Board is a multi-panel integrated design with main board, plastic plate, and original base. The size of each board is also different according to usage - the original base size is 17.3 * 11.2 * 1.4 inches, the main board base size is 12.9*11*0.7 inches, the extended plastic board size is 11*9*0.3 inches.
This size is designed to make it easier for you to choose the cutting board you need while cooking, as well as to store it effectively and save space in the kitchen. Besides, using cutting boards of different materials to cut different ingredients can also avoid cross-infection and give you an extra guarantee of food safety.