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Are they any good/worth it?I can't find much about them except it says somewhere that the wood is heated to 180 degrees making it very durable.
No sorry not got one or ever heard of them. I thought end grain chopping boards were supposed to be the most durable as they are traditionally used by butchers.
Thanks, I don't think anyone else has heard of them either!It arrived yesterday and it really smells appalling. This apparently is quite normal and will disappear over time. I have to have the window open as the whole kitchen now smells of burned wood!It's a nice colour though. I have no idea how it will behave in use. All I can find on the net are a load of them for £££ on some German cooking website and my poor little clearance one from B&Q.Plus lots of scientific studies about thermo wood.
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