Why Acacia is Becoming a Popular Wood for Cutting Boards Acacia (also known as thorntree), is a natural wood that is becoming trendy and popular for use in cutting boards. Historically, acacia has been a prized wood because of it’s beauty and strength. The Bible references a special genus of red acacia that grows in East Africa as the wood that was used to build The Ark of the Covenant and Noah’s Ark. Acacia seeds and leaves have been used for medicinal purposes while acacia essence has been used as a perfume for centuries. In modern times, its common to find acacia used in fine furnishings, flooring, decorative art and in the kitchen. See our collection of acacia cutting boards here. Highly plentiful, good looking and with fair performance in the kitchen, it's no wonder why Acacia is quickly becoming a popular choice for cutting boards. Most importantly, Acacia is affordable. In short, there’s nothing not to like, which is why this wood is going to continue gaining in popularity for use in cutting boards.
- Constructed of eco friendly sustainable acacia wood, which is used in many luxury wooden items due to its natural deep shimmering hues and unique pattern.
- Perfect for carving grilled brisket, beef, pork, ribs, or turkey at barbecues. Incredible for fresh organic green vegetable platters with brie, dip, cheddar, and prosciutto to serve with wine before dinner.
- Multi-functional board, serves as a prep station, cutting and serving board
- Easy to maintain and clean, simply wash with warm soapy water and air dry
- Will not warp over time like inferior cutting boards and won't damage your expensive knives.
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