The Kuhn Rikon knives are made from Authentic Japanese carbon stainless steel; they all have non-stick coating on them to ensure that food does not stick to the blade.There are different types of knives for using on different types of food:
- Paring Knife-perfect for slicing cheese, peeling an apple or chopping vegetables
- Serrated utility knife- perfect for slicing smooth skinned fruits and vegetables, bread or meat
- Chefs knife-perfect for slicing meat, vegetables, fruit and cheese.
- Bread knife-perfect for slicing bread with its sharp long serrated blade
- Sandwich knife- this knife has two sides the smooth side for spreading and the serrated side for cutting and slicing.
The knives come in 5 vibrant colours; fuchsia, green, red, black and purple together with a matching safety sheath for safe storage and transportation and protecting the blade from getting damaged when the knife is not in use. All the knives are guaranteed for two years and are dishwasher safe.
The knives can be purchased in a set of four or separately. You can buy them on line or from many supermarkets and homeware stores. Prices start from as little as £ 4.50.
I would like to thank Kuhn Rikon for sending me the set of lovely colourful knives. They have become a favourite part of my kitchen ware. I can now glide through my tomatoes and slice them perfectly; my fresh bread is now beautifully sliced and does not end in a crumpled mess on my bread board. I am able to julienne my veg to perfection due to the sharp paring knife and chopping vegetables for stir fries has become a joy with my chefs knife. Of course I can’t forget the sandwich prep, now my sandwich knife spreads and cuts all in one and it’s so useful.
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