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Re: Kitchen knives
« Reply #20 on: February 05, 2020, 09:28:00 am »
Knifemanship.  Is there such word.

I tried lifting my kitchen knife skills a bit.  The scars on my fingers can attest  :biggrin:

Seems there are different styles for different knives.  The chinese chopper style is different from the more european chef knife style.   Dont own a chpper like this.  The wusthof 5inch chopper seems to get popular nowadays.  Will give it a go sometime

Me too, I want a Wusthof Cleaver - its the one design I have never tried.....

I also have one of these - Alaskan Ulu Knife - very easy to use, single side bevel, so depending which way you face the blade, it cuts differently. super control as the cutting edge is directly below your hand.....
« Last Edit: February 05, 2020, 09:28:45 am by ClimbingTurtle »
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