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If you had to pick one knife to take with you to a desert island, we could make a very good case for this beautiful Wusthof 7-in. Gourmet Hollow Edge Santoku Knife. The Japanese version of a Western-style chef's knife, the Wusthof Santoku offers all the multipurpose power of a typical utility knife — in fact, the word "Santoku" translates as "three uses" or "three virtues" and refers to the knife's ability to slice, dice and mince all with equally impressive skill — with a few notable differences. The blade of the Wusthof Santoku Knife is slighter shorter, thinner and noticeably lighter than its Western counterpart, lending the knife an remarkable amount of agility and balance. This thinner-style blade, laser cut from strong, durable German steel, allows the user to cut even the most delicate items into beautiful, paper-thin slices. When you're deep into kitchen prep and loath to miss a step, this knife's unique scalloped edge helps prevent food like cheese, meat, and smoked salmon from clinging to the blade and slowing you down. Created to be thinner, faster and to hold a razor sharp edge, the Wusthof Gourmet Hollow Edge Santoku Knife will hope you showcase the knife skills you never even knew you had.
Best Used For:
The Wusthof Hollow Edge Santoku Knife is a fantastic multipurpose kitchen tool, great for most everyday slicing and dicing tasks, but its thin blade and hollow edge make it especially handy for achieving paper-thin pieces of fish for sushi and sashimi, meat for stir-fry or Carpaccio, vegetables and herbs for garnishes and slices of hard cheese and cured meats.
Blade Length: 7-in.
Cleaning & Care: Handwash in Mild Cleanser
Material Blade: High-Carbon German Stainless Steel
A long-time Wustof user, I found this knife to be of inferior quality and returned it immediately upon receipt. The handle is plastic and very lightweight. The blade seemed very sharp, but because it was stamped rather than forged, it felt flimsy - not reassuringly sturdy like I've come to to love about my other Wustof Classics. I wouldn't pay more than $15 for this knife, and yet they're selling it for far more. Very disappointing. I found the extra cash and bought their "real" version of the Santoku in the Classic line. I will say that the return process was very easy and trouble-free, and the product was delivered fairly quickly, so kudos there.
I had seen a article in a sample cooking or chef's mag. which I did not subscribe to but it had a good selection from inexpensive to expensive santoku's. And on the foodnetwork shows I was convinced I wanted one! The Wusthof one I got was very highly rated and not the most expensive of the Wusthof's. But perfect for me. The article said forged was better than stamed but you will pay more. I love it!! I will need to buy a steel from you soon. And your service is excellent.
Excellent value for the money. What you would expect of Wusthof quality. A nice, light knife for a variety of purposes. It is well balanced, comfortable to handle, and an excellent addition to any kitchen.
So far so good on this knife, but I have to wonder how it compares to others that are sold for much less either individually or part of a set. It will eventually replace my utility knife as my "go to" knife for all cutting and chopping.
I think the quality of Wustof is excellent. However, The dimples in the knife are supposed to keep the food from sticking to it, from what I hear, and I used it on onion, celery, and other various soup ingredients and found that they still stuck to the knife when slicing. Other than that, it was very sharp and useful.