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A chef's knife is the best ingredient in your kitchen

All cooking fans enjoy buying a chef's knife. Chef's knives are the base of your kitchen and for many the first step towards cooking delicious dishes. The shape of the chef's knife is very characteristic with its lightly rounded line. The blade is approximately 20 cm long. There also are smaller chef's knives of approx. 16 cm long, whereas professional chefs often buy longer knives. Chef's knives have a high blade of approx. 4 to 5 cm to ensure that you can hold the fingers of the hand you hold the food with against the side of the blade. You thus can work safely and quickly.

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The chef's knife you can buy from

Everyone at is crazy about the new chef's knife. We test all knives and therefore know well which knives we integrate in our assortment. You will only find top quality knives with us. Please contact us if you have questions or you want to know more about Eden chef's knives.

How can you buy the chef's knife that suits you?

A chef's knife is used by cooking enthusiasts, both amateur chefs and professional chefs. The knives must be used for cutting vegetables, meat and fish. That basic knife often is the start of a knife set. Decide whether you want to buy a whole set part by part or start with a number of basic knives. Examine the type of steel, the thickness of the blade and the hardness of the steel. The harder the steel, the longer the knife remains sharp. You can read everything about the different types of kitchen knives on our information page.

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