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Apple butcher block/cutting board

Would apple wood be a sufficiently close enough grain for and end grain butcher bloc or cutting board?
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I've worked with apple in cutting boards but biggest problem I have is didn't have enough good boards it like to check out when its drying out, turned a lot of apple to.

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What is a good use for apple wood then if it is prone to cracking when drying?
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I turn hollow forums an I use the shaving in the smoker

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