1. The Chef Knife
Most professional chefs use their chef knife for almost everything, from cutting and dicing to mincing herbs.
Kyocera Revolution Series 7-Inch (18 cm) Professional Chef’s Knife, Black Blade
This chef knife was made for dicing, slicing, chopping and mincing. It’s blade has been grounded to microscopic precision, to ensure razor sharpness. It’s handle is lightweight and is designed to eliminate wrist fatigue. Further more it is well balanced making repetitive slicing easier and more even slices.
This knife is great for mincing your herbs by placing your herbs on a cutting surface. Remember wood, plastic or bamboo, no hard surfaces. Use a rocking motion, first from tip to the heel and adding herbs as needed with your other hand. Cut into the desired size you want.
All of Kyocera’s products have a 5 year warranty on their workmanship and for defaults in the material.
2. The Paring Knife.
Other than the chef knife, the paring knife is used the most in the kitchen, it is a must in a kitchen. It is used for peeling fruit and vegetables. It has a smooth edge and is smaller than your chef knife. It is normally 2 – 1/2 to 4 inches ( 6 to 10 cm) long.
Kyocera Revolution Series 3-1/7- Inch (7.5 cm)Paring Knife with Red Handle, White Blade.
Kyocera Revolution Series 3-1/7- Inch (7.5 cm) Paring Knife with Red Handle, White Blade.
Ceramic Kitchen Knives must have this knife in their collection. It is fast becoming the no 1 must have paring knife, as it is the new high-tech of ceramic knives. Although the blade can still break if you let it fall, the ceramic is more dense making it even harder. Lighter than steel but more sharper than steel. It cannot rust, is heat resistant, food acids do not effect it and will remain sharper for longer than steel.
3. The Bread Knife
A good bread knife is very sharp and should be about 7″ inch (17.5 cm) long. The bread knife should be serrated. Best Kitchen Knives also have a bread knife for you.
Kyocera Revolution Series 7-Inch Serrated Slicing Bread Knife, Black Handle with White Blade
You can cut more than just bread with this knife. Melons, lettuce and cabbages can also be cut with your ceramic serrated knife. Like all ceramic kitchen knives this one is also light and relies on its sharpness to cut rather than its weight. You can even use it to cut your tomatoes with it as it will glide through the waxy skin
It is made out of the same Zirconium oxide as your other ceramic kitchen knives. It will stay sharp at least 10 times longer than your steel bladed knives. With proper care it will last you forever.
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