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I was researching it on line, but have seen so many mixed reviews about working with pecan. I guess it's a matter of experimentation. I do know that the one thing everyone agrees on is that your tools need to be very sharp!
Matthew is who dropped the tree limb in my backyard!
I really enjoyed your video. I dabble in wood working, turning and carving mostly. I really want to make my own cutting boards, I do a lot of cooking! Do you have any info on what types of woods to stay away from? I realize that soft woods are right out of the question, and so is pine (too resinous, I'd imagine). I have a pecan tree that dropped a large limb during a recent hurricane and am looking for ideas on what to do with the wood!
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I know I have abused my wooden utensils, and will definitely give them the spa treatment this weekend! I was wondering if anyone has ever tried using coconut oil for wooden kitchen items. It seems to be good for everything else.
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