I took a look at Santoku knives, contemplating how different they looked from the various knives which lined my kitchen drawers and pondering internally “What on Earth are those things for?” Included on this page are my “Best Three Choices,” in light of their fame, cost, different specifications, and the reviews they have gotten…

 

The Kamikoto 7 inch Santoku Knife is a traditional Japanese cooking knife that offers good design, good durability and decent weight-distribution. As a Japanese knife, the Santoku was specifically designed to prepare Japanese cuisine, but it’s durable blade can also be used for any recipe that involves thin slices of meat, fish and vegetables. So…

 

Japanese knives are widely considered to be some of the most robust and well-crafted culinary knives available. They can demand a high price in the shops, but we’re going to be looking at what you can get for a budget of $100 and under. Lighter and thinner than Western-style chef’s knives and built with a…

 

Here is a review of the best Santoku knife under 50. It is a myth that luxury knives always come at a steep price. Sure, you can find countless ways to spend hundreds of dollars on the upper echelon knives displayed prominently on television and in high-end cooking publications yet this expense is simply unnecessary….

 

Here is the million dollar question: Are Santoku knives good quality? well, first let’s start talking about blades. Santoku blades can most intently be contrasted with western Chefs cuts and are used as a part of comparable circumstances. The Santoku is shorter and lighter than the Chef’s blade, although both are offered in an assortment…