People think plastic tools are easy to sanitize because you can put them in a dishwasher. But, according to a study from the University of Michigan, they may be more prone to host bacteria. They can also transfer BPA to foods at high temperatures. We ingest around 5 grams of microplastics per week!
Utensils and boards made from particle wood are usually glued with adhesives containing high concentrations of formaldehyde. These toxic may be released into your food when we use them to steer boiling substances.