Soon, I will be moving into my dream house. One thing I like about the house is that it has a very beautiful kitchen, spacious seating room and dining room among others. This insinuates that I will have all the space to host several visitors. However, my bigger problem is that I have poor knives in my kitchen. I admit it is about time to buy myself a good and prestigious set of kitchen knives.
My wish is to have knives that are lightweight. I don’t want to experience hand fatigue every time I use the knives. I also need knives that will demand less effort from me while using them for slicing tasks. I want those knives that won’t spit, leave a metallic taste on my cooked food or rust. Yes, my friend recommended ceramic knives, “they are the best”, she said.
Kyocera 7-inch Revolution Ceramic chef knife
The first one she recommended was this Kyocera 7-inch knife. It is made of ceramic and very long, in fact, the longest knife offered by Kyocera. This is a great and amazing choice for performing a number of tasks including dicing, cutting or even doing the fine chopping. This knife has a wide and thin blade used for cutting slices that are paper thin. Well, it is also very much affordable. I will definitely go for it.
Ozeri Elite, Black Ceramic Knives Set
This is another good set of ceramic knives. Apart from mincing, dicing, and chopping, this ceramic knife is perfect also for slicing vegetables, boneless meat, and fruits smoothly. Another good thing is that these knives do not rust, corrode and also weighs less. It is perfect one; this is another option I would love to have.
Santoku and Paring Kyocera Revolution Ceramic Knife Set
This ceramic knife set has both Santoku and Paring knife, with white blades. Apart from doing tasks such as dicing, fine cutting, and chopping, this 3-inch knife is also great in doing tasks such as curving and peeling. It can be rated as a knife used by classy people when considered from its elegant black bag. It can serve as a great gift as well. I will never miss this one in my kitchen.