We all have a cutting board in our kitchen, but can your cutting board stop messes and save delicious juices? We got our hands on the Juice Catching Cutting Board to see how well it could catch the juice, if it was loose!
The Juice Catching Cutting Board boast the following features:
Made in the USA
25 Juice Catching Holes
100% Maple Wood
Safe for knives
Juice catching tray
Included cleaning brushes
We got ours in and were immediately impressed by the size and weight of this board. This board feels like it will last for years to come. As noted, it’s made from maple wood and this held up well in the first month that we tested this out by chopping up a variety of meats, fruits and veggies on this cutting board.
The cutting board is quality, but there are tons of quality cutting boards on the market, so let’s talk about what makes this different: HOLES! 25 holes to be exact. The center of the Juice Catching Cutting Board has 25 juice catching holes made in a star pattern and this is what makes this board unique. I’ve cut many a watermelon on a cutting board that is too small and flat. The end result leaves juice all over the counter and a sticky clean up that has to be done later. The Juice Catching Cutting Board is big enough to hold the watermelon and the juices that come out either stay on the board or go into the drip tray, through one of the 25 holes.
When you’re done chopping you can pull the drip tray out and use what dripped into the tray for things like fruit smoothies, or if you’re cooking meat the juices can be gathered to make a gravy.
When it is clean up time you should not place this in the dishwasher, but use warm, soapy water to clean the outside of the board. Then you’ll use one of the included mini brushes to clean those holes we have been talking about.
The one piece of feedback I’d give on this board is for it to have a slightly more concave design to better focus the juices into the holes.
Overall, this is a high quality board and serves the purpose. It trumps the cutting boards I currently have in the cabinet and it’s large enough to tackle a big turkey, or monster watermelon.
If you’d like to learn more and get your own you can visit: https://www.juicecatchingcuttingboard.com/