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Linzechris

Good knives

I've bought lots of knives in the past but never splashed out for a really good expensive one and all the knives I've had have never kept sharp for very long. What I want is a fantastic all purpose knife for chopping, cutting meat and slicing the roast wafer thin even if its a bit tough. Is there such a knife? I've saved my pennies so don't mind splashing out but could only afford one.

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SusanM

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Would not be without my Global knives. I recommend them but as you say a wee bit pricey but worth every penny .

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Lind

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I love my Global knives too and if you buy the Global sharpening block and use it correctly, you only need to sharpen them once/twice per year to keep them razor sharp.

I have a number of utility knives but can't think of one which does everything which you want though. Not sure that you can get one knife to do all those things.

Lind

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Lind

All purpose good quality knife

Have looked at my set and I would recommend the first Global that I ever bought. It is a GS-5 and it is a fabulous all-rounder. No problem cutting meat, veg. or anything else and it will slice meat thinly but I think you would ultimately need a proper carving knife for that job. If I were only buying one knife, that would be the one for me.

Lind

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Bazzer

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Wouldn't be with my made in France Sabatier knives and a Wusthof Clever.

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SonyaK

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Wouldn't be with my made in France Sabatier knives and a Wusthof Clever.

Bazzer
Should that read "Wouldn't be withOUT......."???

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Bazzer

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Gravy Queen

Good knives

I got a set of Sabatier knives on offer through Delia Online and they are absolutely fantastic.


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Liz from Cumbria

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Have a look at the article on this site which also gives you virtually all knife makes so you can do a comparison. Hope this helps a wee bit:

http://www.cooks-knives.co.uk/acatalog/Knife_Guide.html

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Linzechris

Good Knives

Thanks for all the replies. That link looks good so will investigate further! x

 
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