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TigerinATL
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re: Recommendation for Good Kitchen Knife

I received a Rachel Ray Santoku Knife as a gift several years ago and I've been surprised at how good it is. It does a good job of staying sharp and is my regular all purpose knife.

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Can anyone recommend a good knife for chopping or cutting raw meat?


I'm not sure what you mean by cutting meat, but the first time I used a boning knife I was surprised at just how much better it was for cutting meat. I just have a cheapie from Sam's, but it's remarkably effective for trimming and cutting meat.


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OldTigahFot
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Henckles don't hold an edge


I have an 8" Wusthoff and a 6 " Henckle. The smaller knife holds its edge better. That said, I have been happy with both.



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Will Cover
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Can anyone recommend a good knife for chopping or cutting raw meat?



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The entire Classic line from Wushtof is great.



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LSUCreole
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I use a lot of knives. I own a sickening amount of them and my Henckels four star is by far my favorite. I either own or have owned just about every major brand of knives and it performs better than all of them


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Caplewood
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I either own or have owned just about every major brand of knives and it performs better than all of them

Lol no you don't. Sorry.
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LSUCreole
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Lol no you don't. Sorry.


I don't?


Caplewood
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You don't own every major brand of knife.


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Caplewood
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Go to korin.com. Look at real knives.


LSUCreole
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You don't own every major brand of knife.


How do you know what I do or don't own?


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LSUCreole
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By the way not everyone loves Asian knives. I like mine but I love my German's better


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AlmaDawg
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Old Hickory. 7 inch blade, well worn from lots of whetstone exposure. Lately sharpened with a steel. Passed down from my gradnmother. I have a Henckle, but I use this more. Rigid enough to chop veggies and steak thick fish, flexible enough to filet thick boned fish, and remove the membrane from the back of ribs, or silver skin from a backstrap. I love this knife!





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KosmoCramer
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You're such a pretentious bitch sometimes


Drop4Loss
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re: Recommendation for Good Kitchen Knife
When I go to a cuttin, I like a good serrated knife

Whats wrong with a good serrated knife ?

Seems muchh easier to cut meat, and sausage


LSUCreole
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The 1st chef I trained under wouldn't let me use a serrated knife excerpt for bread. He said it was cheating and wanted me to learn proper knife skills. So it's stuck with me since then


Drop4Loss
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Cheatin, shite dont cha wanna cut the most efficient way ?


LSUCreole
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Well the idea is that I can cut better than you even though you use a serrated edge


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Willie Stroker
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Forshner Victorinox knives are just as good and 1/4 the price.


Ditto.


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