Bread knife

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Flyn

Bread knife

Delia, In one of your questions/answers sessions you admitted to not being able to cut bread. Well I purchased a bread knife from Carrs the Flour Company it is extra long and cuts through bread as though it were butter, it's incredible,so much so, that I bought one for all members of my family and they love it.

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sam from worthing

Bread Knife


I can't slice bread either. its nothing to do with the knife, its me.

i can start the slice out at the width i would like it, then something happens and its either goes doorstep at the bottom, or it vanished into crumbs.

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Grannie Cool

Bread Knife.

I'm hopeless at cutting bread also. In fact other-half much prefers to do it. He says you could prop a door open with my efforts!!!!

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Flyn

Bread knife

Yes but the blade on this knife is 1ft long and 1" wide with a serrated edge so you can see where you are cutting and therefore is great also for slicing a cake horizontally.

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The Cat's Mother

Slicing Bread

I too am absolutely hopeless at slicing bread and have tried every gadget that is supposed to help - the only one I have success with is a bread keeper with slicing guide from Lakeland - evenly cut slices for toast every time - I use a knife that sounds the same as the Carrs knife- but even that free hand does not help!!

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Queen of Puds

Bread slicing

OH bought me an electric knife, thinking it would help with my uneven ways.

It just meant I could slice spectacularly unevenly and at great speed.

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Tompeters

Bread knife

For the past year I have used an electric slicer (circular blade sort) and it's great. Mine is an Argos one, and very hard to clean properly; meat juices go inside (yuk) so it is only ever used to slice bread. One caveat - mine only just manages the height of a Panasonic 'medium' loaf (700g) and with Canadian flour it is marginal. If you make larger loaves or buy from a baker you'd need to measure up the maximum slice height or, as I do when we have guests, cut the loaf in half then slice it. Oh, and ours has a really fiddly interlock that is difficult for Thomasina to use. You need quite strong fingers to press down and keep the interlock open.

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Sesley

Bread knife

I have a Global bread knife, which is very sharp and cuts beautifully and cutting cakes with out tearing them. Its expensive, but worth it.I just have to look after it very well.

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SonyaK

Bread knife


"OH bought me an electric knife, thinking it would help with my uneven ways.
It just meant I could slice spectacularly unevenly and at great speed. "


I'm usually hopeless at cutting bread straight, but with an electric knife and a bread slicing cutter guide (mine is from Breville) I manage to cut even slices at a reasonable speed!!

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Thistledo

Bread knife

I have to warn you that bread is the worst thing for blunting knives.

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Tompeters

Bread knife


"I have to warn you that bread is the worst thing for blunting knives."

Funny you should say that T'do...my disc slicer blade was getting a bit blunt around Christmas and had only been used for (daily) bread and one experiment with gammon....I sharpened it using my AnySharp sharpener which was a real fiddle, but worked OK.

 
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