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March 22, 2008

Index Chopping Boards

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Designed by Damian Evans.

From the website:

    Index Chopping Boards

    These four color-coded polypropylene chopping boards are designed to avoid cross-contamination of various food types: Red — raw meat; White — cooked foods; Blue — fish; Green — vegetables.

    The boards are stored in an ABS plastic filing unit with a non-slip rubber bottom.

    Filing unit: 9"H x 13.5"W x 3"D;

    Boards: 8"H x 12"W x 0.75"D.

    Boards are dishwasher safe.

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I'll take the green one, you can have the others.

I guess if a tomato is a fruit then an orange might as well be subsumed under the rubric of vegetables — at least for the purposes of this post.

Note to file (as it were): Forward to Jeanette Winterson.

$85.

March 22, 2008 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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Damian,

Where can I purchase this item?

Posted by: Lionel Barrett | Aug 9, 2008 9:19:54 AM

Hi All

I just found your blog about my boards. Just to say that the box which holds them has ridges at the ends which hold the boards apart by about 3mm.

It is also open at the bottom so is very easy to clean. Just dry the boards after after washing them and then put them back in the box and there is nothing to worry about.

Posted by: Damian Evans | Mar 25, 2008 8:11:44 AM

I think the casing has dividers - but then how do you clean them?

Posted by: Skipweasel | Mar 22, 2008 6:59:09 PM

I was confused about this one, considering it looks like the boards touch inside the container. If the whole idea is to avoid cross-contamination, should each section be "sealed?"

Posted by: JMT | Mar 22, 2008 6:07:42 PM

This is just screaming RECIPE CARD! to me.

How can you build one in?
Have a 4x5 card holder attached?
Make them out of clear plastic and insert the recipe card under it?

ARgggggg.

Posted by: ray | Mar 22, 2008 4:39:26 PM

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