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Yes, by all means. You might want to test a spot (not for "will it work" - it will - but for any possible color issues.) As for what you have read, consider it an opinion, nothing more - if you like what you have, boiled linseed is just fine. Apart from some potential risk to tree nut allergy sufferers, walnut oil also works nicely and is a drying oil. ...
Yes, there are ways to repair this, but they aren't going to do you any aesthetic favors. In short, they'll be ugly, but functional repairs. You don't have to replace the countertop if you're OK with the modified aesthetics.
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