What is the difference between a slicer knife and a kitchen knife

2023/02/09

Summary: What is the difference between a slicing knife and a kitchen knife? Slicing knives are specially used for cutting vegetables, meat, shreds, sections, etc. In short, everything that can be cut. The small and fine body, light weight and sharp edge of the slicing knife make us cut vegetables handy. A kitchen knife, also known as a chopping knife, is a dual-purpose knife for chopping and cutting. It can be used to cut food and chop bones. How to choose a good kitchen knife? Find out below.

1. The difference between a slicing knife and a kitchen knife/cutting knife 1. The slicing knife is similar to the ordinary knife, but the blade is thinner and sharper, while the chopping knife is not only sharp, but also has a heavier body and a thicker back. It is generally used for chopping bones. 2. In addition, the chopping knife is not suitable for cutting vegetables and meat, so if the chopping knife is relatively heavy, it will be more convenient to use stainless steel knives for cutting vegetables and meat. 2. Which is better, a household slicing knife or a kitchen knife/cutting knife 1. For our living room, in fact, the family is more suitable to use the front-cut and rear-cut knives. Generally, the quality is better.

2. In addition, when we choose knives, we can also choose according to our feelings. If it is just a knife with ordinary craftsmanship, it is better to use a slicing knife because it is easy to wear. Although the material of the blade and the blade are the same, the process is different. It is not easy to use if it is worn out. 3. How to choose a good kitchen knife 1. Choose according to function The slicing knife has a thin blade design, which is suitable for thinly slicing, shredding, and sectioning raw and cooked foods such as fish, melons, fruits, and vegetables, but it is not suitable for cutting hard objects such as bones. It is much lighter, which is more suitable for users who often slice food; the bone cutter has a sharp and thick blade, and is mainly used to chop large livestock bones, such as: leg bones, shoulder bones, spine bones, etc. The purpose is to make the operator convenient and labor-saving when chopping bones, and the weight of the knife is relatively important; the dual-purpose chopping knife has dual functions of front cutting and rear cutting. The front cutting function can cut meat and vegetables, and the rear cutting part is suitable for cutting Ribs, three-bird poultry and other foods with small and medium bones.

2. Knife style Indispensable considerations: With the continuous development of production technology, design, and materials, there are more and more styles of knives, such as streamlined, characteristic, etc., which are also more attractive and attractive. The overall style can be combined by the blade and the handle. The blade is made of steel, and the handle is made of steel or plastic, such as: fine steel injection molding or abs pure plastic. The shape of the handle is different, the material is different, and the feeling of use is also different.

3. Price factor I believe that when many users buy knives, the price is also a major consideration. Different materials, different brands, and different types of knives have different prices. 4. Material The material selected by the knife is one of the factors that determine the quality of the knife. When producing the knife, these brand manufacturers have considered which materials to use according to various aspects of use. Different materials will also lead to hardness, toughness, sharpness, etc. s difference. Through various considerations, when choosing a kitchen knife, pay attention to whether the edge of the kitchen knife is upright and even, and whether there is any crack in the clamping steel. The blade is smooth.

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