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[Santoku Knife Set BEST BUY/OFFERS/DISCOUNTS] BEST Santoku Knife | Japanese Kitchen Knives

[Santoku Knife Set BEST BUY/OFFERS/DISCOUNTS] BEST Santoku Knife | Japanese Kitchen Knives

[Santoku Knife Set BEST BUY/OFFERS/DISCOUNTS] BEST Santoku Knife | Japanese Kitchen Knives

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The santoku is a Japanese alternative to the traditional chef’s knife, with a shorter, thinner blade and a straighter cutting edge. (The name “santoku” roughly translates to “three uses,” meaning that the knife is suitable for cutting meat, vegetables and fish.)

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The santoku’s narrow blade excels at delicate tasks such as thinly slicing vegetables, and beginning cooks may find it easier to control than a heavy chef’s knife.

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Another feature that adds to durability is the knife’s full tang construction, with the metal of the blade running down to the end of the handle. It’s secured to the plastic outer surface with three rivets, and there’s a bolster (a protective lip of metal) between the handle and blade.

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We saw very few complaints about this knife’s durability. However, several owners warn that to make it last, users must care for this knife properly.

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This means hand washing (although the handles are technically dishwasher-safe), drying promptly and storing in a block or on a magnetic strip, rather than in a drawer where it can bang around.

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How to use of the Japanese Santoku Chef Knife

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How to use of the  Japanese Santoku Chef Knife

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This video demonstrates how to use your 8″ Fillet Knife from Rhineland Cutlery. The 8″ Santoku is ultimate in versatility! The 8″ blade is great for large vegetables like butternut squash and cabbage. Combines features of a cleaver with a chef’s knife and the granton edge flutes make paper thin slices while preventing food from sticking to blade.
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1229 Titanium Ceramic Santoku Knife 5 inch

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1229 Titanium Ceramic Santoku Knife 5 inch

Ceramic 5” Santoku Knife with Gold Titanium Nitride Coating. Santoku are general-purpose kitchen knives originating in Japan. Such cutlery is ideal for cutting fish, meat, vegetables, fruit and some other food products.

Buy here: http://finoak.com/knives/ceramic-kitchen-knives/SKU1229-5”Ceramic-Santoku-Knife-Titanium-Coated

Sorry for the poor camera quality, my youngest brother broke my tripod meaning I had to use my phone.

This was a Christmas present this year, it’s a 6.5″ Scalloped Santoku knife from the Shun Kaji range. Here are some quick specs:

– Mirror polished, pattern damascus cladding
– Core formed from SG-2 powder steel, approx. HRC 64-65
– Ebony Pakkawood handle
– Full tang construction
– Hand made in Seki City, Japan
– RRP is roughly £235 or in America 3

I’ll no doubt add some more videos showing this knife in action once I fix my tripod.

The next ones should be of far better quality, this was a bit of a rush job.

Popular Kitchen knife & Santoku videos

Popular Kitchen knife & Santoku videos

Shun Premier Santoku Knife, 7-Inch featured: http://www.amazon.com/Shun-Premier-Santoku-Knife-7-Inch/dp/B003B66YK0/ref=tsm_1_yt_s_amzn_nfz054

Amazon Kitchen Shorts Presents: Knives 101: The Santoku Knife – “Santoku” literally means “three virtues” – often because of the three types of food it works best on, and the three types of cuts it excels at. Check out this awesome knife in action.

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Zwilling J.A. Henckels Zwilling Pro 7″ Santoku Knife HE SKU: #8017879

Zwilling J.A. Henckels Zwilling Pro 7″ Santoku Knife HE SKU: #8017879

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Shun Sora 7″ Santoku Knife

Shun Sora 7″ Santoku Knife

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Introducing the new Shun Sora 7″ Santoku knife. It is a multi-purpose kitchen knife with a double-beveled edge, sharpened at 16°. This knife is hand-made in Japan with a san mai VG10 cutting edge and a 420J upper blade. Amazing Shun quality at an affordable price.

Visit http://myknifepro.com/shop/shun-sora-santoku-7/ for more details.

This video demonstrates how to use your 6″ Santoku Knife from Rhineland Cutlery. The Santoku is a great all purpose knife! An Asian style knife that is excellent at slicing, dicing, and mincing. Combines features of a cleaver with a chef’s knife and the granton edge flutes make paper thin slices while preventing food from sticking to blade.

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The big question is: How exactly is a santoku knife different from a chefs knife? When it comes to the santoku, the answer is found in the oval indentations on the blade. This creates air pockets between the food and the blade of the knife. What’s the point? This ingenious little touch means there is going to be less friction when trying to cut through dense foods. Food will to stick to the blade less too, another plus.

Some other differences between a santoku knife and a chef’s knife are the wider blade that makes it great for transferring and scooping food. The blade is made of much harder steel so they can be produced much thinner than a typical chef’s knife

The history of the santoku knife is not as old as one might think. The knife was a product of the blending of Eastern and Western cultures meeting through World War II. So we are looking at a time period around the 1940s. So it’s relatively new if you put it on a large enough time scale. The Japanese became aware of Eastern cooking styles and particularly the chef’s knife. The santoku knife is a direct response to that knife. The popularity of the knife took off and now we see celebrity chef’s with their own line of santoku knives in all the biggest stores.

The name ‘Santoku’ itself is pretty important too. The word means ‘three virtues’ in Japanese. This sheds a bit of light on the nature of the knife. Versatility. This is clearly not a one trick knife and if you ever use one, you will know from experience.

The Chef’s Knife

When it comes to preparing food in the kitchen, the chef’s knife is probably the first tool you are going to think about. Chef’s knives have blades between 8 and 12 inches long. A lot of care and effort needs to go into making sure a chef’s knife will stay in peak condition. This will ensure it’s going to be an efficient tool time and time again.

Chef’s knives are typically made from a high carbon steel or soft carbon steel. Steel is used because it is extremely strong as well as resistand to water and rust. A high carbon steel blade is going to be very hard to sharpen, but will remain sharp for longer periods of use. A softer carbon is going to be much easier to sharpen, but will lose its blade much quicker.

The chef’s knife has a lot of history in Europe. This is evident in the two different blade styles that the knife can typically found in. There are French and German blades. Although personal preference on which style to use is very important, they each have their purposes. The French style blade is flatter overall and better for slicing with the pull-back motion while the German style blade is more rounded making it better for fast rocking motions.

Those are some of the key differences when it comes to santoku and chef’s knives. The santoku knife will be ideal if you are looking for an all around kitchen performer. A dedicated chef’s knife will be perfect for heavy food preparation where a lot of precision slicing and dicing is called for.

To see some specific examples of chef’s knives and santoku knives visit 10rate for reviews. The Chef’s Knives Ratings list covers 10 different knives in all sorts of price ranges. If a santoku knife is a little more your style, see the Santoku Knives Ratings list for some in depth reviews.

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global knife santoku

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http://chefdepot.net/global.htm Testing the Global Santoku Knife. This little knife is perfect choice for garnishing and small fruits and vegetables. Order yours @ Chef Depot today.
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New West Knifeworks – Fusionwood Santoku Knife

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New West Knifeworks - Fusionwood Santoku Knife

How to sharpen a knife on a wet stone – how to get an extremely sharp knife
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Learn how to sharpen a Japanese knife on a wet stone, In this video you will see how to sharpen any knife extremely sharp using a wet-stone (Japanese water stone).
Japanese water stones are not to be mistaken with a whet stone, although both can be used in the exact same way.

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