Every Kitchen Needs A Santoku Knife. This Highly Rated One Is 69 Percent Off

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If you have a kitchen, you should have a Santoku knife. These sharp and elegantly balanced knives can slice, dice and mince. If you don’t have one yet, I feel obliged to let you know about this one since it is 69 percent off. It’s a good one, too, with 89 percent of reviewers giving it a perfect 5 out of 5 stars. (This leads to an impressive 4.6-star aggregate rating).

Normally $55, this santoku knife is 69 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $55, this Santoku knife is 69 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Cangshan X Series 59144 German Steel Forged Santoku Knife, 7-Inch on sale for $16.86

The customer reviews all praise the sharpness of the blade and the thinness of the handle. They are al worth checking out, but my favorite is definitely the one titled “I might marry this knife”:

I bought this knife quite a few months ago, and it has become my go to knife. I love it! I was so skeptical and overwhelmed trying to find a good knife. I was tried of buying a block of knives, watching them chip and get dull, and stacking up useless knives in the process. This is the first knife I bought on its own and I am in LOVE! I use it for nearly everything, and sharpen it often. I wash it by hand and never use the dishwasher.
Its modern, slick and very attractive. It’s SHARP, very sharp. Well crafted, and well balanced. I will definitely be buying more from this line.

Last I checked, liberals hadn’t yet gotten around to fighting for knife-human marriage, but at the rate they are going I’m sure it is just around the corner.

Santoku knives have many uses (Photo via Amazon)

Santoku knives have many uses (Photo via Amazon)

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