Today I was sorting through my stored wood and I realized that I have accumulated a quantity of warped, twisted and otherwise linguine like pieces of wood that are in the neighborhood of 3/4" in thickness and are beyond straightening; wavy and twisted boards. Planning and dimensional sanding are out of the question. These are all hardwoods and range from mahogany to some nice exotics. Twists are in the neighborhood of 1/2" twist in 16" of run, I think it is all too extreme to do any kind of glue-up lamination or even use for end grain cutting boards. I just feel that there is too much here for me to just toss and I'm wondering what if anything can I do with his type of material? Suggestions appreciated.