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This is a great idea! I have used beeswax and coconut oil to treat cutting boards too and it works well. Here's an important footnote, though: the linseed oil you buy at the hardware store is not safe to consume and should never be used on things that come in contact with skin or food. The flax seed oil that you linked to in the article is safe for those uses.As I understand it, linseed oil and flax seed oil, though they come from the same source, are handled very differently and only the latter is safe in those situations. Also, you need to be sure to keep it in the refrigerator or it will go rancid pretty quickly.
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