I love this conditioner for my wooden cutting boards – three simple ingredients and easy to make. Even though the rosemary essential oil is antibacterial, I never use my wooden boards for meats. I also don’t use wooden cutting boards that I’ve treated with this conditioner for anything I plan to ferment, like cabbage for sauerkraut. Rosemary Essential Oil is antibacterial and can impede the fermentation process by killing the good bacteria.
- ½ Cup Walnut Oil
- 2 Tablespoons Grated Beeswax
- 15 Drops Améo Rosemary Essential Oil
- In small stainless-steel pot, on low heat, warm walnut oil and beeswax until beeswax is melted.
- Remove from burner and add Améo rosemary essential oil.
- Pour into glass jar and let cool completely before using.
- With a soft cloth, rub a small amount into cutting board and let sit for 5 minutes.
- Polish with a second soft cloth.
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