Re: Newbie question edge joining of 3/4 thick cedar.

The only caution is that cedar is soft. Kitchen cabinets get used heavily and will show the wear perhaps quicker than you'd like. I don't see that anything other than glue is needed if the boards are edge jointed first. Four inch boards don't need biscuits. Glue, clamp and plane.
Phil
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How'd you like to be a fly on the wall when someone in a wood-starved future tried to saw the stuff apart?

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