LOOKING FOR A QUALITY SANTOKU KNIFE FOR THE KITCHEN?
A healthy lifestyle also includes preparing your own meals because it gives you control over which nutrients you are consuming. In addition, your own lovingly prepared food always tastes better! However, you will need a few utensils that will make cooking a lot easier. In addition to high-quality pots, a good, sharp knife should not be missing.
The damask knife from pasoli combines form and function to create the perfect kitchen knife!
Our knife with a blade length of 18 cm and a thickness of 2,5 mm can be sharpened extremely sharp due to the Damascus steel and is also able to keep this sharpness for a long time.
Our Santoku knife is a special type of Asian knife. "Santoku" stands for the three (= San) virtues (= toku), which means fish, meat and vegetables and is therefore ideal for almost every occasion!
Even foods such as B. Tomatoes, which quickly become a challenge with blunt knives, can be cut like butter with this knife.
We use high quality Japanese Damascus steel for our knives. The combination of softer and harder steels gives the knife unique properties:
It has the precise, long-lasting sharpness of a hard carbon steel blade, but the flexibility and resilience of a stainless steel blade. In combination, these properties create the perfect all-purpose kitchen knife.
Of course, a knife has to fit perfectly in the hand in order to fully exploit its potential. That is why our Damascus knife has an ergonomic handle made of fine real wood, which enables maximum control.
No matter whether you stand in the kitchen every evening or only cook on the weekend - you can cut for hours with our knife without your hand getting tired.
OTHER REASONS FOR OUR DAMASTER KNIVES:
Our cooking ideas
A piece of Asia for your home
The healthy kitchen for you
Cutting fun with the damask knives
Since I got my damask santoku knife and my damask paring knife, cooking has been even more fun! Not only are they sharp, they also fit perfectly in the hand. This purchase was definitely worth it!