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Boning and filet knives

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Boning and filet knives

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E_M | | Aug 24, 2012 04:47 PM

I don't have the need for them often, but when I do, I am very glad that our cheap-o knife set provided one or the other--I don't really know which--some look nearly identical. I use it to skin fish or cut the meat away from a chicken or trim fat from ribs. I have no intention of deboning a fish, ever.

So based upon what I use this long, skinny & sharp knife for, how should I go about upgrading? Of the two categories, what shape or length or whatever would be good to test out?

Thanks.

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