This video takes you through the entire manufacturing process, starting from the logs out into the yard, to the finished oiled product. At the end, watch the self healing nature of the end grain cutting boards in action and learn about how to take care and maintain one of these boards. For a typical home kitchen, end grain boards should last a lifetime and more!
The Margaree River on the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia has a rich history as a fly fishing destination for Atlantic Salmon. Now, it’s also becoming known as the home of Larch Wood Enterprises, a local woodworking company that produced some of the world’s best quality end grain cutting boards.