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Paperstone Cutting Boards (Lamson GoodNow)

rores28 Jul 5, 2012 04:16 PM

Just wanted to get opinions on paperstone cutting boards. I know the company Preserve makes some that have recieved lukewarm reviews on amazon (mostly due to an extremely adhesive sticker it seems) as does Lamson & Goodnow.

I am interested to know if anyone has tried the Lamson & Goodnow or Preserve product and how they liked it.

Also wanted to know if there was any weird smell or film with them, as I have heard this is an issue sometimes with epicurean boards (these are not paperstone) until you've washed them several times.


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    SeaKoz RE: rores28 Jul 5, 2012 07:14 PM

    I've heard about the smell but never experienced it on my epicureans. I have 10 of them, I ran out of cutie boards one night and in a fit of rage bought 7 more so it would never happen again. All of them epicurean and I love them!

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      Chemicalkinetics RE: SeaKoz Jul 5, 2012 07:18 PM

      <I ran out of cutie boards one night and in a fit of rage bought 7 more>

      Talk about rage. :)

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        SeaKoz RE: Chemicalkinetics Jul 5, 2012 11:25 PM

        Best rash decision I ever made. Pizza night with friends goes through quite a few cutting boards :)

    2. Chemicalkinetics RE: rores28 Jul 5, 2012 07:18 PM

      I have owned and used the Epicurean cutting board for a good duration of my life. I have never smelled anything.... or it never bothered me enough for me to notice.

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        rores28 RE: Chemicalkinetics Jul 5, 2012 07:44 PM

        Interesting. Maybe I am confusing them with something else, I thought I remembered reading something to that effect in several reviews when i was looking into cutting boards before.

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          Chemicalkinetics RE: rores28 Jul 5, 2012 07:51 PM

          I don't not mean they are wrong. They could be right.

          Everyone's sensitivity level is different. For example, I have not been bothered by the so called metal taste from my cast iron and carbon steel cookware. Meanwhile, many people hate it. In addition, I was speaking about my experience with an Epicurean cutting board, which can be different than a Lamson Paperstone cutting board.

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