Victorinox Forschner Forged Cutlery Offset Bread and Sandwich Knife 8" Blade in Gift Box - 7.7433.21
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Victorinox Forged Kitchen Cutlery
Knife with regular serrations ideal for cutting and slicing materials with firm rinds or hard crusts, for example bread, tomatoes or pork rind. The offset handle ensures that a cook's knuckles will not touch the cutting surface when the blade has cut all the way through the food. These are especially popular with chefs.
"Perfectly balanced" are the best words to describe the forged kitchen knife range from Victorinox, the knife manufacturer from the Swiss Knife Valley.
With ergonomic handles and excellent steel, these knives are beautiful to look at and elegantly shaped. They are forged in Solingen, Germany, according to the specifications of the Victorinox designers. Not only are these knives attractive in appearance, they are also perfectly suited to every kitchen application.
The renowned Victorinox sharpness is guaranteed with all these knives, as the blades are sharpened twice and the blade edges laser tested.
Because a single knife cannot do every job, Victorinox supplies a range of tools to perfectly meet every requirement. For preparing and cutting small vegetables, a short, rigid blade is required. For cutting bread and tomatoes or carving a roast, a serrated knife is the recommended tool. For effortless slicing, kitchen professionals need a knife with a smooth blade, and a large kitchen knife is a useful tool not just for cutting, but also for finely chopping herbs and onions. Kitchen knives and Santoku knives are truly multi-functional tools and invaluable kitchen helpers. See Victorinox kitchen cutlery here.
It is of course possible to clean the knives in a dishwasher -- However, there are disadvantages to this method of cleaning.
In the dishwasher, knives and cutlery are placed in a basket. There is a risk that the knives may knock against each other during the cleaning cycle and become blunt. This can also happen if sharp knifes cut into the plastic coating of the dishwasher.
If you want to give your knives the best care and attention, it is best to clean them immediately after use with warm water, a damp cloth and a little washing-up liquid.
One of the older steel Capitals of the World: Solingen, Germany produces some of the best Kitchen knives and straight razors money can buy.
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