Popularize kitchen knife maintenance knowledge

2023/02/04

If a worker wants to do a good job, he must first sharpen his tools. If a good knife is used correctly, it can process raw materials better and let us enjoy the whole cooking process. In daily use, only by choosing the right kitchen knife can the food be chewed with flavor. The kitchen knives of living and household brands on the market are very comprehensive in functions. There are corresponding knives for cutting vegetables, meat, fish, bread or making cold dishes. When cutting different raw materials and cutting different sizes, you must use Different knives, on the other hand, in order to effectively extend the service life of kitchen knives, we must pay attention to the use of knives.

If the knife is used for too long or used improperly, resulting in reduced sharpness and wear, you need to use a sharpening rod or sharpener. The blade should only be used to keep the edge sharp and remove small irregularities, and if the knife is already blunt, a sharpener will be required. Commonly used sharpening is divided into coarse grinding and fine grinding. Coarse grinding is used for cracked blades or repairing severely damaged blades, and is suitable for blunt knives.

Put the knife into the coarse grinding port, keep the knife at the center angle, and pull it back evenly with appropriate force, repeat 3-5 times; coarse grinding can eliminate the burrs on the knife edge and make the knife edge smooth and bright. Put the knife on the fine grind, keep the knife at a neutral angle, and pull the knife back with a slightly less force than the coarse grind, repeat 3-5 times. After the blade is sharpened, wipe it with a damp cloth or rinse it with water and dry it.

kitchen knives Nowadays, we have to use sharp knives to make healthy and delicate food every day, and then we will inevitably come into contact with stains and water stains on the knives every day, which will inevitably rust over the years and affect normal use. Moreover, kitchen knives are in direct contact with food. If they are not properly maintained, they are easy to breed bacteria and affect your health. In order to create a healthy, safe and comfortable home environment while maintaining the good performance of knives, we must pay attention to the maintenance of kitchen knives every day.

Cooking knives should be cleaned immediately after use. It is best to dilute and soak them with disinfectant mixed with water. Of course, the dilution factor must be mastered, otherwise the metal knives will be damaged. Under normal circumstances, when cleaning the kitchen, it is best to soak for half an hour first, but it should be noted that after soaking, the residue on the blade needs to be rinsed with water again, and rinsed several times to ensure the cleanliness of the blade. Of course, if the tool itself leaves some greasy, dirt and other residues, you can increase the soaking time appropriately, but the soaking time should not be too long.

If the kitchen knife is rusted, you can use sweet potatoes that you eat daily, wipe the rusted part carefully, and then wipe it with a clean rag.In addition, there are some precautions for the maintenance of kitchen knives. For example, when using kitchen knives, try to avoid contact with heat sources. Do not place knives directly on the gas stove table, otherwise it will cause burns and damage. Danger. Cooking knives should be placed in a ventilated and dry place away from water and gas, and children should not touch them at home to avoid injury.

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