- Chef's knives?
What charliemuingus said – chinese supermarket and get something like
I use it for everything but chopping through bone (different cleaver for that) – even peal fruit with it.
Also get youself a diamond stone stone. Super easy to use. If you sharpen your cleaver every week you will need a new cleaver in about 5 years.
I also own a few of the German soliegen knives above and some pressed knives but the cleaver is the most used by far.Posted 4 years agoCountZeroMember
Had a look in TK Maxx in Bath, and they had a couple of Santoku knives for £12.99, so I’ll get a set of those Procook knives for £14.99. I don’t have a Chinese warehouse too local to me to go to.Posted 4 years ago
Did pick up a nice little paring knife with riveted handle for £2.99, though. 😀
Had a quick Google, and there’s a Chinese warehouse in Bristol; their small cleaver like Earl’s is £34.50… 😯wartonMember
vinnyeh those been in the dishwasher?
my Global chefs knife is 13 years old. 5 of those years used 10 hours a day in a kitchen, the remaining 8 years used daily. OK, the tip has snapped off (trying to undo a screw) and it takes a bit of work to get an edge these days, but it’s served me very well indeed.Posted 4 years ago
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