When selecting cutting boards for all other cuts, consider softer material boards.
While glass and marble boards are typically pretty, keep those boards for cheese and show. Cut on softer materials like wood and composite boards for your daily use. This will extend the life of your knives.
In general plastic can be easy on your knife, but bad for the environment. We only use plastic for raw product.
Bamboo boards can be easy on the environment but bad for your knife.
Consider paying up a bit for a board made of wood (maple, cherry, walnut) and taking care of it with oils and conditioning. Or grab something like the Epicurean boards. They wear well, are soft in a way knives like but still provide a solid and easy cleaning cutting surface while looking great.
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