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KitchenIQ Flexible Cutting Boards Review

KitchenIQ Flexible Cutting Boards Review


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As a novice in the kitchen, you might be surprised to hear that I only have two cutting boards; one is small and one is oversized. Sometimes I just want something in the middle because I hate hauling out the large one and for certain foods, the small one is just too small. Luckily I just came across the Flexible Cutting Boards from KitchenIQ and I am a happy camper.

When you have the right cutting board, being in the kitchen can be a lot easier. The Flexible Cutting Boards are perfect when you live in a smaller living space and you need to condense; you can either roll these up or hang them with their unique hang holes. You'll also love the flexibility as it allows you to transfer the food easily into pots, pans, blenders, mixing bowls or whatever you need. With regular cutting boards you just have to hope the food slides into the pan instead of on the floor. The non-slip ridged bottom is great for obvious reasons. You don't want to be cutting up strawberries and have the board moving around all over the place.

What makes the Flexible Cutting Board so unique are the fun signature colors; each pack comes with 4 solid colors. Not only can they add a little color to the kitchen, but they can also help with cross contamination if you're cutting multiple ingredients at once. This is definitely a board you will use every day. I also like how easy it is to clean. Unlike my large cutting board, this one can easily fit in the sink even when the sink is full because it's so flexible. You can also throw it in the top rack of the dishwasher for a quicker approach.

KitchenIQ has an amazing line of products and this is no different. Get smarter in the kitchen with the Flexible Cutting Boards.

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