Cooking with the Best Kitchen Knives

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A good kitchen knife would ease the cooking for even the worst cook. Cooking can be fun until you have to cut and dice and all you have is a knife that doesn’t do the job. The best knives are those that are made out of good quality material and will take the heat of cutting and chopping well. They also come at a moderate price. To purchase the best cutlery set, you should have an idea why you want a particular knife.

kichen-knife-cutting-lgWhat should you look for in a kitchen knife?

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1. Stainless steel may be shiny but will turn blunt faster. Worst still they are not easy to sharpen.
2. A good knife has only the blade and handle. The blade should extend far into the handle so it doesn’t fall off easily.
3. The type of handle will vary with personal preferences.

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Chicago cutlery fusion 8 inch knife
This knife is relatively inexpensive and can be bought on its own or as a set. It has a sharp blade that extends right into the rubber handle. The blade will remain sharp even after repeated use. It comes with a lifetime guarantee.

Victorinox Forschner 4 inch knife
This knife has stainless steel hand finished blades. They are good for peeling and slicing vegetable. It is dishwater safe and comes with a lifetime guarantee.

J.A Henckels international classic 8 inch knife
This 8 inch chef knife comes highly recommended by the pros. It may be considered by some as pricy but does the job of cutting and slicing better that all the knives you know. It has excellent control with its full tang. It is dishwater safe and comes with a lifetime guarantee.

Cat Cora’s 8 inch knife
Its curvy blade is good for crushing garlic and slicing vegetables. It has a full tang and the handle is made from wood or plastic. However, most people don’t find the handle comfortable as it feels rough to touch.

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