Replace Your Old Chef Knife With This $50 Off Santoku Knife
Does your kitchen have a Santoku knife? It should. The word “Santoku” means “three virtues,” referring to the knives’ three uses – slicing, dicing and mincing. Increasingly, we’ve seen those in the know recommend replacing your regular ole chef’s knife with one of these.
This 7-inch Santoku knife is made from high-quality German stainless steel, featuring small indentations that prevent food from sticking to the knife. This precision blade is made to last. For Cyber Week, it is over $50 off:
Over 70 percent of the customer reviewers gave this knife a perfect 5-star score. To give you an idea of what they said, here’s a review from Pamela, who said it created “A whole new chopping experience!”:
This knife is just right for me. I purchased a larger one previously, but it was just too unwieldy for my small hands, so my husband can use that one and I can use this one. Chops like a dream (I had no idea what the big deal was about Santoku knives; now I do). Extremely sharp, as are all the J.A. Henckels knives, so a clumsy person like me has to be extra-careful. Very pleased with purchase.
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