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  • 7-in. Bonded Teak Mofotoku Knife by Schmidt Brothers

7-in. Bonded Teak Mofotoku Knife by Schmidt Brothers

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The Schmidt Brothers 7-in. Bonded Teak Mofotoku Knife makes quick work of most common cutting tasks in your kitchen, including slicing, chopping and dicing. The blade features a combination of traditional Japanese Santoku style and the Schmidt Brothers Curve to ensure superb control and accuracy, letting you create precise cuts when working with almost any kitchen ingredient. A beautiful teak handle provides an elegant appearance with a soft and comfortable grip, and the full-tang construction keeps the knife stable as you work. The blade is fully forged from German steel, ensuring that it will last and retain its sharpness through countless uses. The versatile knife is 7 inches long, making it an excellent size for everyday use.

Best Used For:

We enjoy using the versatile Japanese-style knife to thinly slice fresh veggies for use in stir fry or to chop seasoned meats for sukiyaki. Try boiling your favorite sliced veggies and meats in chicken or vegetable broth and adding thin noodles for a homemade take on traditional Asian noodle fare. A halved boiled egg can complete both the look and the flavor of your dish.

Features:

  • Santoku-style blade provides exceptional versatility
  • Beautiful teak handle delivers secure grip
  • German steel construction ensures excellent sharpness
  • Excellent length for most common cutting tasks
  • Fully forged for superb strength
  • Full-tang construction enhances balance and control
  • Schmidt Brothers Curve further adds to accuracy
  • Cleaning & Care: Hand Wash
  • Material Blade: German Stainless Steel
  • Material Handle: South Asian Teak Wood
  • Origin: China
  • Size: 7-in.
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  • Heft you can live with

    First impression out of the shrink wrap? Heavy. If you're not accustomed to using a heavier chef's knife, this will take some getting used to, but, if you persevere, you will be rewarded with a fine cutting instrument. The blade's grinding is deceptive because it looks like it has no apparent edge at all; that is until you lean into your task and discover that you have a very sharp blade at your disposal. I have a full rack of knives to choose from, and I purchased this 7" Mofotoku on an impulse [the nice Cooking.com price did not deter my selection], never thinking it would become a favorite. It is. I highly recommend it for anyone who wants to be treated to a surprising bargain knife that executes on every task you ask of it.

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  • Heft you can live with

    First impression out of the shrink wrap? Heavy. If you're not accustomed to using a heavier chef's knife, this will take some getting used to, but, if you persevere, you will be rewarded with a fine cutting instrument. The blade's grinding is deceptive because it looks like it has no apparent edge at all; that is until you lean into your task and discover that you have a very sharp blade at your disposal. I have a full rack of knives to choose from, and I purchased this 7" Mofotoku on an impulse [the nice Cooking.com price did not deter my selection], never thinking it would become a favorite. It is. I highly recommend it for anyone who wants to be treated to a surprising bargain knife that executes on every task you ask of it.

    I recommend this product.
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    • December 10, 2013
    • By: Charles
    • From: PA
    • I Cook: Every Day
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