The 'Cheese Degrees' Cutting Block Features Angles For Precise Slicing

By: Misel Saban - Sep 6, 2016
References: swiss-miss
The 'Cheese Degrees' is an innovative cutting block that is cleverly shaped as a protractor often used in math class to measure triangle angles. The board features the same measurement system at a larger scale so that eaters can utilize the measurements to precisely chop their cheeses and meats. The semi-circle design is also compact and sleek making it ideal to use at parties or events.

Cutting meats, breads and cheeses to the same width can be difficult to estimate at times, which is why a ruler chopping board makes perfect sense. The board acts as a guide to measure foods and ensure that slicing at different increments is incredibly easy. Consumers can use either the protractor located at the top, or the ruler below to chop up blocks of meat, cheeses and spreads in equally sized portions.