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Unread 02-04-2013, 08:26 AM   #23
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Originally Posted by dmprantz View Post
I have no argument that the Forschner Fibrox line is an incredibly good value, but based on what was expressed as a desire for cost vs. benefit, I really think that the Bakers and Chefs stuff at Sam's Club may be just what you need for now.
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I agree that for the price paid the Bakers & Chefs knives are decent and do what a knife is supposed to do. I use the 6 inch boning knife (Sams sells a set of 2 with different width blades for around $20) for trimming and prep, set below. They also have set of 2 chef knives for around the same price.



Two pack Boning knives Stain free high carbon chrome finish - molybdenum steel Includes 6" narrow stiff boning knife and 6 1/4" extra wide boning knife Fine edge NSF certified Dishwasher safe Durable & economical Designed for commercial use
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