Your cutting board is probably one of those kitchen tools that you reach for on a daily basis. But unlike those trusty knives or your beloved cast-iron skillet, those plastic or wooden surfaces don't tend to get much TLC.
That's a mistake. Doing right by your cutting board can extend its life (and the life of your knife), help you avoid getting hurt or sick (sliced fingers or food poisoning? No thanks!), and of course, make food prep a whole lot easier. Here are 7 mistakes you might be making with yours, and how to fix them.
This article was originally published by our partners at Prevention.