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Old 12-07-2017, 04:19 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Andy M. View Post
I was suggesting you read some of the earlier discussions on this very same topic. The question has been answered more than once there is a wealth of information that's still valid.

This.

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Originally Posted by RPCookin
Joel... first of all don't waste your money on a set. Get 1 or 2 that are the type you use most, then add to that if needed. Visit a store where you can hold several good brands - how a knife fits your hand and style is just as important as the quality of the blade. You may pay a little more per knife, but you will have knives that you actually use, and you will get quality for a smaller effective outlay.

I have a Wusthof Classic 10" chef's knife that I use 90% of the time, with a couple smaller knives to fill in the gaps. That plus a Dexter Russell serrated bread knife are all I use.


Joel, I think it's safe to say, the above quote has been the opinion of all the regulars here. If someone doesn't agree, now's the time to say so.

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