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Woods 'with-out' tannic acid

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I am a chef and am in the process of making a storage container for live snails (escargot) caught in the wild. I have all the plans but need to use wood that has no tannic acid. I have been told what wood not to use but not told what I can use.
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Beech, Alder, Birch will work for you.
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Cheers!!!!
Thanks for the info!!
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