Chef's Knife / Santoku Selection
Ask the professionals what the single most important piece of kitchen equipment is and they'll quickly say, "The chef's knife." That's because a chef's knife (or its Asian counterpart, the Japanese santoku) is a food processor all to itself that slices, dices, minces, grinds and more. Because there are so many different styles, finding a chef's knife or santoku used to be a daunting task. But now Knife Depot offers a huge selection to choose from. With a wide variety, including both the American chef's knife and the Japanese santoku, you can take your time when choosing, knowing your order will be shipped fast - often the same day.
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