E-Z Boards are disposable cutting boards that have been designed to prevent the buildup of germs and the cross-contamination that's commonly seen with the use of reusable cutting boards. These boards come on 25-foot rolls that resemble the rolls used to hold wax paper, tin foil, and plastic wrap. Each roll contains a built-in cutting tool, so users should be able to cut each board that they use to the desired size themselves. For your safety, it's specified that each roll is free of the potentially harmful chemical compound known as BPA.
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To use your first E-Z Board, pull out about a foot of material from one of your rolls, as if you're getting ready to tear off a sheet of foil, wax paper, or plastic wrap. Keep in mind that the foot is a recommendation, and if you need a much smaller or larger cutting board, you can pull out far more or far less material.
Once you've pulled out enough material to satisfy your needs, use the built-in blue plastic cutting tool to cut the material off the roll. Using the tool isn't complicated, as all you'll need to do is push it across the roll in order to make the cut.
The next thing you'll need to do is place the board you just cut from your roll on a flat surface, such as a countertop or table. Don't flip the board before you do so since the non-slip side of the material should be acting as the base (as opposed to the cutting surface). You can gently push it to make sure you've got the right side down and the board won't slide around, and then add any food item of your choice to it for cutting purposes.
Once you're done using your board to cut food, and you've transferred that food off the board and onto a dish or plate, you can recycle the board. Throwing each one in the garbage is another option, but tossing them in your recycle bin is the much more environmentally-friendly choice. To avoid cross-contamination, even if you need to cut more food, you should switch to a new board if the new food is in a different food group.
Some plastic and wooden cutting boards can be big and bulky, so much so that they're difficult to carry around or fit into a standard-sized kitchen drawer. On the other hand, you'll find that each E-Z Board is almost paper-thin and is no heavier than a thin piece of cardboard. Due to their disposable nature, you'll never need to store one away, but if you need to move one around, you'll be able to do so very quickly.
The nano polymer material that each of these boards is made of is durable enough to withstand pressure from large chef's knives without breaking down. Yet, the material is also flexible enough that you'll be able to bend each board, if needed, and use it to pour small pieces of food into or onto other pieces of kitchenware.
Although each E-Z Board is lightweight in nature, each one is also non-porous. That means that food residue won't seep through any of these boards while you're using them, so you won't find yourself wiping up meat juice, vegetable juice, or other liquids afterward. Plus, if people in your household are allergic to foods that other people want to eat, it's unlikely that these allergens will travel from a single cutting board onto a table or a countertop.
Each E-Z Board's material is heat resistant, so you'll be able to use each one to cut hot foods without being concerned about the board melting in the middle of the job. Furthermore, if you use one or more of these boards outside in hot, humid weather, they won't melt during your picnic, your backyard party, or any other event, either.
You'll get two E-Z Board rolls in a set, and each will contain 25 feet of the nano polymer material used to make them. This means that from just one roll, you'll get up to 25 individual cutting boards, depending on the size you choose for each board.
Even if reusable plastic or wooden cutting boards look clean, unseen particles of bacteria or viral matter may be hanging out in small cracks, holes or crevices. These germs can then be transferred to newly cut food, and your entire household might end up sick. You won't have this problem if you use disposable E-Z Boards instead, though, as you'll be getting out a new, germ-free board for each cutting session. To further minimize your risk, you can clean your own hands with soap and water or hand sanitizer before you grab your roll and cut off a new board.
If you frequently use a plastic or wooden cutting board, you may have to scrub it clean for several minutes after each use, especially if it won't fit comfortably into a dishwasher. The same goes if you don't happen to have a dishwasher. However, if you switch to E-Z Boards, you'll never have to do any scrubbing, because of their disposable nature. As soon as you're done using one, you'll likely be able to flick it into your recycle bin and pull off a new one in just seconds.
A chemical compound that's potentially harmful to humans, known as BPA, is still found in various plastic kitchenware products today. Fortunately, it's not present in the material used to create E-Z Boards, so you won't have to worry about exposing yourself (or anyone you cook for) to its toxicity by using these particular cutting boards.
Each E-Z Board is heat resistant, but that doesn't mean that it should be put in a microwave, in an oven or on a stovetop. While each one can tolerate hot outdoor temperatures and contact with hot food, these boards aren't meant to be heated at high temperatures for extended periods of time. If you were to put one of them into any sort of oven, including a microwave or convection oven, it's highly likely that it would melt at a rapid pace.
As mentioned, washing cutting boards can be a bit of a pain, and if you don't have disposable ones, you might have to wash a reusable one several times while preparing a big meal. With E-Z Boards, however, instead of washing one board between your preparation of each food type (such as meat, dairy, or vegetables) you'll be able to switch disposable boards to reduce the chances of cross-contamination. As a result, you'll free up many minutes that you'd otherwise spend on preparation and cleanup for relaxation.
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