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Best Chef Knife Reviews - Buyer's Guide

Updated on September 3, 2012

Buyer's Guide To Chef Knives

This is a buyer's guide to chef knife and we do give out chef knife reviews of the best out there. We will go through some japanese chopping blades because they are especially sharp and really great for everyday use.

Shun Premier's Chef Knife Review

Shun Premier Chef's Knife, 8-Inch
Shun Premier Chef's Knife, 8-Inch

This 8 inch piece of chopping art retails at $225, it features a front curve that chops, slices, and dices. This is a killing tool for vegetables and meat alike. The pakkawood handle makes for a nice firm grip, and the blade is crafted from fine Damascus steel. The steel itself is forged properly and then man-hammered to give it's unique design and appearance.

 

Shun Chef DM0706 Review

Shun DM0706 Classic 8-Inch Chef's Knife
Shun DM0706 Classic 8-Inch Chef's Knife

The 8 or 10 inch blade has a very sharp appearance and it will cut off the tip of your finger. That is how the japanese create the best knives in the world, and because it has a unique look, for under $200 this is a legendary knife for any chef to have. There is 33 layers of steel to create the look this knife. This is a definite must get, especially the 10inch to become top dog in the cutting block.

 

Hot Cutting Action

Global 8inch Chef Knife Review

Global G-2-8 inch, 20cm Chef's Knife
Global G-2-8 inch, 20cm Chef's Knife

This blade is very white and light, it gives that professional yet sharp appearance you need in a chef. If you are a proper chef, you need to be at least at this standard or you are not really a true cook. This is a fine piece of work, its perfectly balanced, retains its sharpness very well, and have a lifetime warranty on defects and damages.

 

G2 Knife - No More Tomato!

Why You Should Get a Wooden Chopping Block?

It is better for the food and juices from it to be absorbed into the wood than to use a plastic that will get into your food. This is essential if you are a true chef or a great person who like healthy cooking. Wood blocks are perfect for cutting meat and more durable than other material.

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