I have watched countless videos and read many articles on preparing wood blanks from wet logs. I have yet to have a successful blank of cherry that hasn't cracked to pieces a few weeks after slabbing and sealing. I had this cherry tree, and cut, slabbed, then cut into circles, then sealed several only on the end grain, and several the whole piece. I used anchorseal (2 coats) . I then put them on a shelf in my shop (which I keep at 55% humidity). Every single one of them has cracked so bad in 4-6 weeks, that they are unusable for bowls. The starting moisture level was 30-33% before slabbing. What am I doing wrong?? I keep the logs outside under a tarp, on end using a pallet. I have had similar results with big leaf maple. If I had to buy blanks this size, it would cost a fortune!