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Topic: Wooden utensils
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Ketje

3/16/2017 9:37:12 PM
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Oct 2016
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Wooden utensils

Hello,  
What kind of oil do you use to keep your wooden utensils in a nice condition? Any tips or advice is welcome.

Carpenter

3/16/2017 9:54:14 PM
Member since:
Nov 2015
Total posts:4
Wooden items

Use linseed oil for any wooden items coming in contact with food

PrairieDog204

3/17/2017 2:13:50 PM
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Jun 2016
Total posts:28
dangers of linseed?

When seasoning my cast iron I use raw flax oil which is also known at linseed oil. There were a lot of warnings to not use the linseed oil from the hardware store for this use because of dangerous additives.  
 
You can get food grade "mineral oil" sold as a laxative in the pharmacy section. Food oils like walnut or flax would work but are more pricey.  
 
Edit: I forgot that melting real beeswax with the oils can provide a nice result if you can find some.  
 
Edited by PrairieDog204, 2017-03-17 14:16:13


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