Is a nice fancy Boos cutting board worth the money and hassle to be an everyday cutting board? What I gather is that Boos boards need to be washed with soap and water and quickly dried right after. They also recommend oiling it once a month. I'm coming from some ugly stained plastic cutting boards that I can toss in the sink and run through the dishwasher with little hassle. Do you guys use your Boos cutting boards for everyday use?
My knives are average at best but I can see how the wood would keep an edge longer. The weight of the board would also be nice. I hear that your not supposed to use a wooden cutting board with meat? Any truth to that? Do you use two separate cutting boards for fruit/veggies and meat?
Sorry for the questions. My plastic cutting boards are looking pretty gross and was wondering if its worth the extra cash or just sticking with plastic cutting boards