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KIWI Knife Stainless Steel Blade Kitchen Chef Knives Cook Cleaver Wood No. 22

$11.95

DESCRIPTION

For years, professional chefs have told us about the kiwi-brand knives they brought home from Thai vacations and how much they love using the kiwi knives. This Kiwi Brand Chef’s knife is inexpensive, highly versatile, great quality and imported direct from Thailand.

Ensure your kitchen is equipped with the appropriate tools to prepare delicious meals. The incredible value from this kiwi knife makes it an ideal choice for all chefs, regardless of experience or skill, whether you are a serious gourmet chef or a value-conscious weekend home cook.

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KNIFE TYPES

Chef’s Knife – A multi-purpose knife that can perform well at many differing kitchen tasks. Suitable for mincing, slicing, chopping vegetables, slicing meat and disjointing large cuts.

Meat Cleaver – Suitable for chopping chicken bones and large pieces of meat

Fruit/Vegetable Knife – Small paring sized knives that can be used as portable knives. Suitable for simple tasks such as peeling and cutting fruits and vegetable and perfect for removing stems.

Utility Knife – Mix between slicing and paring knives. Suitable for slicing fruits and vegetables and ideal for food preparation.

Butcher Knife – Used for breaking down cuts of meat or trimming fat and allows you to easily slice through meat without tearing or shredding.

 

FEATURES

  • 100% Authentic Thailand import kiwi knives
  • High quality stainless-steel blades for easy cutting
  • Strong & lightweight
  • Non-slippery wooden handle for durable comfort
  • Rust & corrosion resistant
  • Ready to use extremely sharp blades
  • Easy to clean
  • Great Value


PACKAGE CONTAINS

  • 1 x Kiwi Brand Stainless Steel Blade Knife (No. 22)


SPECIFICATIONS

Material: Stainless Steel Blade

No. 22: Chef’s Knife

  • Size – 5cm x 18.5cm (Blade) x 6cm
  • Thickness – 1mm
  • Weight – 152g

 Made in: Thailand

 

Disclaimer: All measurements are approximate and may vary slightly.