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Disposable Cutting Boards Twisted Brisket Competition BBQ Team was sick and tired of cleaning our cutting boards. We also weren't too impressed with the cardboard cutting boards everyone else on the KCBS Circuit is using. So, we set out to make something better - and we did! Made right here in Southern California, we have a food-grade, disposable & re-usable, 100% recyclable cutting board. But that's not all! It's on a roll, and is perforated for effortless use!


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Unread 06-12-2013, 10:53 PM   #1
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Default New Disposable Cutting Boards on a perforated roll

Hello Fellow Brethren! Twisted Brisket Competition BBQ Team has developed a brand new competition product that we think will be well received by all Comp Teams. We got sick and tired of cleaning our cutting boards at comps, then we tried other disposable boards, and weren't all too satisfied with those either. So, we put our heads together and developed Disposable Cutting Boards on a perforated roll. They are 24" x 20", and each roll has 100 cutting boards. The great thing is that they fit real nice next to our gigantic foil rolls! Our cutting boards are made from a blend of Food-Grade materials, and are Reusable, and 100% recyclable. We have a quick demo on You Tube by one of our lovely wives that will give you the gist of it. Right now, we are offering free shipping to all Brethren. That saves the Brethren anywhere from 20 - 35%! Here's the You Tube link -


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That looks great!
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Looks great, do they curl after you tear them off since they are rolled and likely have a little memory curl or do they lay out flat?
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Looks great, do they curl after you tear them off since they are rolled and likely have a little memory curl or do they lay out flat?
They lay flat - the blended material we use doesn't have memory. We also use a thick core that will make sure even the last one lays flat.
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Overall, looks pretty neat.

I am wondering how well it stays on a plastic table top; the same type folding tables I think most of us use.

Does it slip and slide?

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Overall, looks pretty neat.

I am wondering how well it stays on a plastic table top; the same type folding tables I think most of us use.

Does it slip and slide?

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Just dampen the table with a little water (or any liquid i.e. spilt beer, etc.), and you're good to go!
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Just dampen the table with a little water (or any liquid i.e. spilt beer, etc.), and you're good to go!
Spilt beer?? How dare you!! That what straws are for!!!

Do you know what the actual thickness is?

Are both sides the same finish? (Thinking maybe one side is a little rougher than the other?)

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Very interesting. Is there a product link or price?
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Spilt beer?? How dare you!! That what straws are for!!!

Do you know what the actual thickness is?

Are both sides the same finish? (Thinking maybe one side is a little rougher than the other?)
Same finish on both sides
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I do, but it's a trade secret ;)

Same finish on both sides.

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Very interesting. Is there a product link or price?
$99 a roll -
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www.disposablecuttingboard.com

Here's the new site - thanks CBQ!
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How easy do they tear off? Reason I'm asking, if you wanted to keep 2 or more together, would they stay together easily or would you have to tape them on the back side?
Also, is there a code for the Brethren for free shipping? How does that work?
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How easy do they tear off? Reason I'm asking, if you wanted to keep 2 or more together, would they stay together easily or would you have to tape them on the back side?
Also, is there a code for the Brethren for free shipping? How does that work?
They tear off extremely easily. Not quite sure I understand the 2nd question...

If you spray a bit of water between them, or on the surface you're putting them on, it acts almost like an adhesive, and they'll "stick"....hope that answers it?
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Seems like he's saying he wants a 48 X 20 cutting board and he wants to know if they will stay together at the perforation or would they pull apart easily.
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Seems like he's saying he wants a 48 X 20 cutting board and he wants to know if they will stay together at the perforation or would they pull apart easily.
Ahhhh....thank you.

I have not tested for that. I think you should buy them and be my tester ;)

I'll check when I get home, and try to respond.

FYI - I just listed a 25 pack for $29.99 on the www.disposablecuttingboard.com site.
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Ill give it a whack for 30 bucks, got a code or anything for brethren? Scott
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