Quick work of kitchen prep with my Kyocera knife - review

If you have ever tried to slice, dice or cut with a dull knife, it is cumbersome. From uneven cuts to messes chops, kitchen prep is a nightmare. It is time to throw away the dull blade. Replace it with a Kyocera Ceramic Knife.

Kyocera offers a line of ceramic knives that any chef would envy. This Japanese brand of cutlery offers a knife that reflects the Japanese culture and heritage. The Kyocera Advanced Ceramics offer a hand-crafted Pakka wood handle with a hand-finished blade.  This unique handle offers a natural, ergonomic feeling. The handle feels as if it was contoured to your palm, which can enhance the cutting performance.

Some chefs may wonder why a ceramic knife would be beneficial in the kitchen. Steel knives have been prevalent, but why would a home chef want a ceramic knife. Ceramic blades do not brown food, nor will they corrode from acids or oils in fruits and vegetables. Also, ceramic will never rust. For example, when you cut lettuce, the lettuce will retain its crisp, bright qualities as you slice.

Another benefit to a ceramic knife is the lightweight qualities. The Kyocera knife is half the weight of an equivalent steel knife. The lighter weigh reduces kitchen fatigue. Also for older chefs, the lighter weight can make kitchen prep less daunting.

With a ceramic knife, the blade retains its sharpness. While steel knives require significant sharping, a Kyocera ceramic knife will retain its original sharpness 10 times longer than steel knives. The advanced ceramic material is razor sharp.

The Kyocera Advanced Ceramics can be purchased at a variety of retailers nationwide or on-line at the company's website.

Stop struggling with kitchen prep. Slice through your cutting, chopping and dicing with a Kyocera Advanced Ceramic knife.

Disclosure: I received this item to review. All opinions are my own.

1 comment:

  1. I recently got a ceramic knife and was very surprised how they cut like butter! I love these knives.