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Old 04-16-2021, 02:03 AM
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The perfect knife set

I have always wondered what makes knife sets expensive. After little research it all came down to the material used to make it, and budget. While these are important aspects of the knife set I am more keen on how comfortable it is to use it in my hand. The grip and comfort while cutting is a winner for me that why I would for the Japanese knife. Knife sets vary in so many ways what would you look at when buying?
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Old 04-16-2021, 06:03 PM
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As a previous seller of blades, we always gave guarantees with our kitchen knives. WARNING never place this knife in a dishwasher.

Later we came across a Japanese knife with permission to use in a dishwasher, it didn't sell that well until we changed the heading with the leading word DISHWASHER Proof , we were surprised at the upswing in sales.

My wife uses knives I have made, main request is a comfortable handle for her small hand.


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