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This IKEA Cutting Board Is a Must-Own

Cheese is on a wooden cutting board, a person chops carrots on a board, and flowers are displayed on a wooden board.
IKEA

If you’re convinced the perfect cutting board doesn’t exist, you might want to rethink your stance. There’s a new launch from an affordable retailer that might just change your mind.

IKEA’s STOLTHET chopping board is the affordable and versatile kitchen gadget you’ll have to have for all your spring meal prep.

What makes the cutting board special, though? It’s all about the design. The cutting board is made from bamboo, and unlike traditional boards, it’s raised on two legs. The design allows you to slide bowls and storage containers beneath. Then, when you’re done chopping, simply slide them right into their containers. This way, you don’t need to pick up the board and scrape things into bowls, just hoping nothing spills.

A person eats charcuterie from a board, and another person chops vegetables.
IKEA

Then, outside of its usefulness for food prep, it’s also an ideal platter for a charcuterie board. The bamboo makes a great display for your cheese, meats, and accouterments, and because it’s raised, it’ll be easily reachable for people gathered around. Slide crackers beneath the board, and you’ve got a simple way to serve your appetizer.

If you want to shop the cutting board for yourself, you can head to the IKEA website. There, you’ll be able to add your location and discover if the board can be shipped to you or if it’s in stock at your local store. At this writing, it’s just $12.99, so it’s definitely worth the trip!

If you’ve got plans for an Easter brunch and need a great charcuterie platter, or you’re a dedicated meal prepper, IKEA cutting board is perfect for you.

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Shea Simmons is an Atlanta-based writer who has written about everything from whether Crisco is a good moisturizer to how to KonMari your space. Her work has appeared in Bustle, My First Apartment, and Make It Grateful. Read Full Bio »
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