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Boning Knife

The Ultimate Guide to Knives: When and Why We Use Each Type

The other day, I was in my kitchen cooking a meal and I needed to chop an onion. Indiscriminately, I picked up my go-to knife and started chopping away. Midway through, I glanced up at my knife block...
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Best boning knife (ability to sharpen?)

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by bloodboy 12 days ago

I'm looking to add some more knives to my niece's collection. I seem to recall her mentioning a boning knife in passing one day so I am looking for the best one available. Currently, she has this o...

Looking for a Fish Fillet Knife

Pheelicks
by Pheelicks 2 years ago

We recently purchased a 2nd row beach house. There is a public access to the ocean straight out our front door and a fresh local caught fish market out the back door. We've bought some great fish...

Ryusen knife question

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by Bunny-Bunny 13 years ago

Anyone familliar with this brand, especially the honesuku (boning knife). I've got a collection of Shun knives, and a Henckels boning knife, but wondering if I'm missing out on some serious fun wit...

Boning Knife (Shun or Wusthof)

Chemicalkinetics
by Chemicalkinetics 9 years ago

Hey everyone, This my first post, but I have certainly read from this site many times before. So here is my situation. Everyone has his/her all-purpose knife. Some use a French chef's knife,...

Boning knife -- a necessity for keeping other knives sharp?

Chemicalkinetics
by Chemicalkinetics 7 years ago

I am not sure if this should be in the Cookware section or the General section. I have a Dexter Russell boning knife and have been using it for debone chicken (mostly). I understand that I can ...

Boning knife—Flex or Straight?

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by DCcook 7 years ago

I'm interested in purchasing a boning knife, primarily to cut up chicken. I may, on occasion, be interested in using it to fillet fish but I probably buy a full chicken once every 1-2 weeks and buy...

Boning Knife- essential or not?

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by hobbess 8 years ago

When I look at those lists about what's essential in a kitchen, they'll always stress the importance of the chef knife and paring knife. And, more often than not, that same list will also include t...

The best boning knife - curved or straight?

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by tonka11_99 9 years ago

I am considering purchasing a boning knife. I have decided I want a flexible blade. The major choice I have is whether the knife blade should be curved or straight. Does anyone have any comments...

Filet and boning knives help

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by tatiana 13 years ago

Do I really need both these knives? Why or Why not? What would you recommend? Gracias.

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