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Unread 01-17-2014, 05:15 PM   #18
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Wustof, Henckel, Victornox, they are all good knives be careful you are getting what you think knives require a lot of research all of these company's make both stamped and
forged knives the stamped ones are 1/3 the price.
I chose Dexter Russell because they are American made.
The knife needs to be stain free carbon steel for resharpening stainless steel
cannot not be resharpened well, I like a diamond coated butcher steel to keep blades sharp Dexter also makes forged knives I have 8" chefs Connissure model for looking at I use their 9" santuko with granton edge V-lo model for my go to and a thin blade 6" boning
knife V-lo for most of my prep work they also have 12" granton edge slicer thats wonderful on brisket slicing
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