Is Bamboo Heat Resistant?

Cooking with Bamboo. Is it heat resistant

Bamboo is heat, stain, and water-resistant material. Bamboo products do not stain and do not absorb odors. It is also very easy to clean.

It's very similar to wood but the difference is bamboo can withstand heat up to around 400 degrees, the exact temperature it can withstand also depends upon the duration of the exposure.

Bamboo is an incredibly versatile product that is renewable, eco-friendly, sustainable, and easy to obtain due to it's fast growth rates. It is increasingly being considered as a possible replacement for wood in construction, especially in developing countries where they heavily depend on local resources . Much of the bamboo used in cookware is in the form of composites, which improve the qualities of the bamboo for cooking applications. These composites can be created through many different methods, and the finished products may have coatings applied to them to make them more resistant to weather and heat.

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Bamboo has become one of the most popular materials for cutting boards, trivets, pot coasters, and plates due to its many benefits. While bamboo has always been known to have many advantages over traditional woods, only in modern times did the technology emerge to mass bamboo production from a round timber into flat timber. Bamboo is a major seller with home cooks and chefs of all kinds. There are many benefits of using bamboo in your kitchen and here are L's top five!!


  • Long Lasting Health and Sanitation

Did you know that even the hardest maple or oak woods would be scarred by a cooks knife, this will leave pockets for moisture, food particles and bacteria to accumulate in no time especially when used daily. Bamboo, on the other hand, is dense enough to resist knife scarring and naturally resists water penetration thus not letting bacteria find any place to form when cleaned properly so it’s always recommended to use proper hygiene methods to clean your bamboo cutting board by using hot water and soap or a dilution of bleach and water (1 tablespoon of bleach per gallon of water).

  • Bamboo Is Just Naturally Beautiful 
As a naturally light wood with a fine grain, many chefs and home cooks love the natural look of bamboo and the modern elegance that it displays. Many designer kitchens now have large bamboo cutting boards as the grain can be uniform or made into beautiful patterns which also act as a chic and tastefully looking focal point for any uniquely stylish kitchen. Plus, not having to worry about wood scarring is a major benefit leaving your bamboo board looking beautifully smooth and sleek for a long time. In addition, due to it's resistance to absorbing water, bamboo is less likely to crack and split like most regular wood boards. Bamboo also resists staining, which is often an issue with meats and acidic fruits and vegetables. 


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  • Renewable and Completely Earth Friendly

    Bamboo is a highly renewable resource. Did you know that bamboo is technically a grass instead of tree, which is not surprising due to the fact that it’s one of the fastest growing plants on the planet. A bamboo shoot can become fully mature within three to six years. Then it is ready to cut for harvest. This is a stark contrast to maple trees which can take over 30 years to fully mature because they can live for over 150 years.

    Bamboo is great for the environment, it is easily grown and is often raised organically due to it's ease of farming. Its quick growth enables bamboo to be economically harvested meaning in a way that uses no more of something than is necessary., which is why lots of builders and homeowners have switched to using bamboo due simply put it has great durability and affordability.

    Be warned that some bamboo products are processed using formaldehyde and glues, which can leech into your food and gas out over time. You should always check before buying a bamboo board that the manufacturer uses non-toxic treatment methods or has organic practices. Here at, we only carry products which feature formaldehyde-free glues for your safety so make sure to properly source your bamboo especially when using in your kitchen.

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Do you use bamboo in your home or kitchen? If not, I hope I've helped you gain just a little more knowledge about the world of bamboo and why you should make it apart of your home.  So remember to Share To Make Others Aware ...reach one teach one. Click the image above to join our mailing list and Check out some of our most popular bamboo products below: 


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