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Obsessive Chef Chopping Board

Come dice with me
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Because good cooking requires absolute pin-point precision
Food just tastes better when it's sliced equally
Made from hefty and naturally anti-bacterial beechwood
Etched and marked with precise measurements and angles
There's nothing wrong with getting this 'just right'
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Description
Chopping cucumber

Now you can get those angles exact!

We don’t think there’s much wrong with liking things ‘just so’, especially when it comes to what you eat. Which is good because culinary critics can now embrace their over-selective sides with the utterly inspired Obsessive Chef Chopping Board.

This clever calculated chopping board is etched with exacting measurements and precise angles to guide your knife and help you slice and dice your ingredients to their perfect size. Ideal for cutting an impeccable julienne carrot, the thinnest stir fry vegetables and showing off your sushi skills, this quality chopping board is made from strong, hard-wearing Beechwood. Plus it’s naturally anti-bacterial so you don’t need to scrub it 11 times to make sure it’s squeaky-clean.

Close up of angles

Choose your preferred angle

The Obsessive Chef Chopping Board makes a great gift for finicky foodies, wannabe Masterchefs and those that like to impress their guests with their culinary powers of precision. It comes in funky packaging too, and stands out in any kitchen amongst your boring un-measuremented utensils. Soon, you’ll be chopping away with scrupulous skills.

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Packaging
Please Note:
  • Hand wash only
Product Features:
  • Etched and marked with precise measurements and angles
  • Suitable for even the fussiest chef
  • Made from naturally anti-bacterial beechwood
Dimensions:
  • Measures approximately 29cm(L) x 23cm(W) x 1.5cm(D)
Customer reviews
"Perfect and exactly as I imagined."
Elodie - 11th of January, 2016
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