One of Our Favorite Cutting Boards Now Comes In a Cute New Size

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A good cutting board is worth its weight in gold. You want something safe, durable and, sure, a little stylish flair wouldn’t hurt, either. That’s why two Kitchn editors are such huge fans of Material’s reBoard, an eco-friendly cutting board that gets the job done and looks great while doing it. As Managing Editor Lauren noted, “It never slides across the counter while I’m chopping, like some of my other cutting boards do (which is super dangerous!).” The reBoard is such a hit with home cooks, in fact, that Material just added a smaller version to their kitchen line, and it’s just $25! 

Called the (mini) reBoard, it’s 25 percent smaller than the original — about the size of a standard piece of paper — which means it’s got ample room to slice and dice but won’t take up too much space in your cabinet or drawer. So if you’re feeling snacky, you won’t have to haul out one of your bigger boards just to cut up an apple. Plus, the smaller size means it’s easy to fit a few on your countertop, which is helpful if you’re prepping a large meal and worried about cross-contamination: Dice chicken on one board, julienne veggies on the other! When you’re done, pop the (mini) reBoard in the dishwasher, and it’s ready for round two, thanks to the unique materials (plastic left over from kitchenware manufacturing, mixed with sugarcane) that are incredibly durable and built to last.

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The (mini) reBoard is also sustainable, environmentally responsible and, let’s be real, cute, especially with that unique molded pattern on the plastic. And like its bigger sibling, the board comes in an array of unique colors. Snag one in Midnight (a bright purple), dusky Pink Salt or soft Moss green. Or, if you’re like me, you’ll want one in each color. The mini-me is even attractive enough to double as a makeshift cheese plate. In fact, you can order The Snack Set, a (mini) reBoard that comes with a 4-inch version of Material’s limited-edition knife, for $65!

Remember when the original reBoard sold out in three days when it debuted last year? Chances are this petite version will follow suit. So if you’re looking to complement your O.G. reBoard with the smaller size or just need a more compact version for everyday cooking, make sure to grab yours now before it’s gone!