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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.

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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.

Shun Cutlery Santoku 7.5″ unboxing and review. Sharpest Knife

Our sharpest knife we have ever had. Buy shun knives at Amazon on the following links.

Shun Sora Chef’s Knife, 8-Inch http://amzn.to/1ipnrIq
Shun Premier Nakiri Knife, 5.5-Inch http://amzn.to/1mLt09n
Shun Sora Paring Knife, 3-1/2-Inchhttp://amzn.to/1j1oyTj

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Canon S110 – http://bit.ly/s110canonpointandshoot
Adobe Premier Elements – http://bit.ly/12adobe
Olympus Voice Recorder – http://bit.ly/OlympusVoiceRecorder

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Shun Sora 7 Inch Santoku Knife — Review and Information.

http://goo.gl/7853La– Insane Discount on the Shun Sora 7″ Santoku Knife.

This is a video where I show off the Shun Sora 7″ Santoku Knife and explain its features.

Essentially, the Shun Sora is the “budget conscious” Shun line¬— it is meant to be an entry level set for those who don’t want to invest too much.

Amazingly enough, however, it still uses VG-10 Steel (~61 Hardness) sharpened to a 16 degree angle like the Classic and Premier lines! It also has a stainless steel layer wrapped and welded around it that gives a gorgeous “wave” design to the blade as well as makes it extremely resilient to stains, rust, and pitting.

Like all Shun knives, it comes with free sharpening… that alone makes it a solid pick if you’re choosing between multiple brands.

If you want an entry level knife that is still “high end”… the Sora line is your best choice.

It’s a very quick video of the knife, just to give you an idea of what it looks like and what it is all about. Check out the video and let me know if you have any other questions.

NOTE: I’ll be making quick videos showing all of the different knives and comparing the various lines of Shun to not only other brands, but each other as well!
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Shun Premier Santoku Knife, 7-Inch
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Chris Cosentino – How to Use the Shun Hiro Santoku Knife | Williams-Sonoma

Chef Chris Cosentino walks us through the features and use of the Shun Hiro Santoku. Handcrafted in Japan, this santoku combines the benefits of a chef’s knife and a cleaver and is indispensable for chopping, slicing and dicing.

Chris Cosentino built his resumé at Red Sage in Washington, D.C., and at Rubicon, Chez Panisse, and Redwood Park in the San Francisco Bay Area. Chris took his first executive chef position at Incanto restaurant in 2002, where he remains today, creating inspired and innovative interpretations of rustic Italian fare. Chris is also the co-founder of Boccalone, an artisanal salumeria, and has gained international acclaim as a leading expert and proponent of offal cookery. Recently, Chris became a partner in Pigg restaurant (part of Umamicatessen) in Los Angeles, which specializes in pork.

The knife featured in this video can be purchased at Williams-Sonoma: http://www.williams-sonoma.com/products/shun-hiro-santoku-knife/

Chris Cosentino’s cookbook can also be purchased at Williams-Sonoma: http://www.williams-sonoma.com/products/chris-cosentino-beginnings-cookbook/
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