A Bread Knife to Cut More than Bread

Product discussed: Shun Classic Blonde Bread Knife

My trusty bread knife has witnessed a lot of eat — and desserts and fruits and vegetables. The Shun Classic Blonde Bread Knife is the exact replacement I need to update my pierces and remain my kitchen rolling smoothly. A good food knife is a necessary and trusty part of any cooking arsenal, and this blonde-handled version is a beautiful addition to mine.

This Shun bread knife has a nine-inch blade with a serrated boundary. The hold is made of blonde PakkaWood, and the blade is made use of a proprietary VG-MAX cutting core that is strong, resistant to wear and corrosion, and fine-grained for a sharp-worded and long-lasting edge. I also noted it to be fairly lightweight and easy to hold and use.

The firstly exam, of course, was bread . A Bread Knife to Cut More than Bread -I accumulated a cluster of loaves of food, ranging from dense and crusted to tender to quick doughs. The Shun Classic Blonde Bread Knife wielded readily in all instances, never rending or crying the bread and ever representing it easy to cut even slices, regardless of how thin or thick I built them. The pierce also did not snag on foods with specialty ingredients cooked in, such as raisins or olives.

Moving on to sweets, this meat pierce did a great job slicing through pastries. It could easily be used to level off a patty or slice horizontally through an entire patty stratum to stir two layers in one pass. Bread knives too are a terrific implement to break blocks of cooking chocolate into smaller pieces.

One last-place test: fruits and vegetables. The Shun Classic Blonde Bread Knife’s serrated edge is it useful for both house, tough develop and more delicate, squishy render. A eat spear is the perfect choice to cut melon in half and remove the rind. It also is very handy when cutting through the hard exterior of wintertime squash, such as butternut, spaghetti or kabocha squash, or to remove the rind of a pineapple. Softer fruits and vegetables, such as citrus and tomatoes that can easily be squished with a dull knife, are a great match for the Shun Classic Blonde Bread Knife. That tomato is easily cut, and that lemon won’t get juiced accidentally while being sliced.

If you’re in the market for a bread bayonet, the Shun Classic Blonde Bread Knife is better than sliced bread!

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Written by WHS

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