Season a wooden cutting board with Mineral Oil
I've been able to find some at the drug store but it's for laxitives - not something I want to be introducing into my dinner when guest come over.
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Mineral oil from Shoppers drug Mart is the way to go.GreyingJay wrote: ↑Dec 1st, 2009 1:32 pmI'm pretty sure it's the same stuff.
Mineral oil is a laxative when you eat spoonfuls of the stuff. There's no nutritional value so your body simply sends it all along its way. As it goes, it mixes with things, softening them up.
From a cutting board, you're hardly going to ingest any of it. Traces maybe. Certainly not enough to, um, affect anything inside.
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Yes, I read it all. I know that it is available at Home outfitters, Ikea and Shopper drug mart.
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Thanks! but quite expensive, no? (says 10 additional CAD for shipping total)cqdx wrote: ↑Mar 2nd, 2010 9:00 amWalnut Oil:
http://www.leevalley.com/wood/page.aspx ... ,190,42942
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I havent ever used the stuff from Shoppers, my only concern is it being a laxative.