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CALLING ALL COOKS!
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What 2-3 knives are the most important? I'm told that if you buy the right ones they will be all you need for the rest of your life.
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My first thought was , the one that can reach through the chest cavity and through the heart. is that weird? But probably a butcher knife then a paring knife and a serrated knife 8" long.
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#3
Large chefs knife I use for everything and meat shears are very helpful, this is a great set that will last a lifetime.


https://www.cutleryandmore.com/wusthof-c...et-p138264
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Duchess Wrote:What 2-3 knives are the most important? I'm told that if you buy the right ones they will be all you need for the rest of your life.

For someone like you who isn't a culinary genius with perfected knife skills, this is the one I would recommend for chopping vegetables and such, the Santoku or Japanese style knife. After that you would need a slicing knife for meat and a pairing knife. But the Japanese style is what you will be using the most without cutting your fingers off. 


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#5
Sally knows stuff.
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#6
The Zwilling J.A. Henckels Pro are as goof as wustoff for normally less money my buddy swears by them but snobby people must have the huff!
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#7
That makes me jelly and is top.
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(11-12-2019, 02:04 PM)sally Wrote: Santoku


That's one that I was looking at. I just bought a Calphalon bread knife and it cuts through my fake bread like it's buttah.
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(11-12-2019, 12:19 PM)Duchess Wrote: What 2-3 knives are the most important? I'm told that if you buy the right ones they will be all you need for the rest of your life.

Whichever ones my kid has sharpened last.   Don't care if you own a $100.00 knife of a $10.00 knife,  they both dull out quick when hacking away at frozen chicken   hah
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I used to take lunch with Mike at work years ago have a few beers and he would feed his 2 boxers raw chicken, it made a horrible sound as they gobbled down the pieces, crunching dripping smacking their jaws around and when they looked up the juice was all over their necks, mouth in their teeth.............yuck!
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