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Vegetable knife

Vegetable knife, from Asian to Western knives.

Are you looking for a vegetable knife? Here we have selected our best kitchen knives for mincing vegetables for you. From Japanese-style solutions to classic Western vegetable knives. Don't miss the opportunity to compare all our products and choose the best solution for you in the kitchen.

Japanese vegetable knife

As you have surely noticed by visiting this page, the Japanese vegetable knives are very different from the classic Western vegetable mincing knives. The Japanese vegetable knife is the famous Nakiri which, due to its shape, is very reminiscent of our kitchen cleaver. This knife is characterized by having a very thin and delicate blade as opposed to the Western butcher's cleaver, for this reason it is important not to confuse these two types of knives. In fact, the Nakiri knife is not suitable for giving sharp blows or breaking small bones. This knife was born and is designed to finely chop the different types of vegetables.

Western vegetable knife

In line of size, the Western vegetable knife is the smallest of the kitchen knives. In fact, its length generally does not exceed 7 cm and for this reason it is an alternative tool to the paring knife. Like the latter, in fact, the vegetable knife can also be made with a curved blade to facilitate the peeling of certain foods.

In conclusion:

On this page dedicated to vegetable knives, we have selected for you all our best kitchen knives belonging to this category. From Asian to Japanese versions, where we find the Nakiri knife to smaller Western versions. So do not miss the opportunity to compare all our models in order to compose your professional kitchen knife set or your chef's briefcase.

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