V Sabatier Paring Knife

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V Sabatier Paring Knife

V Sabatier Paring Knife

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The bolster of a kitchen knife (or any type of knife for that matter) is the part where the blade meets the handle. Depending on the Sabatier knife of your preference, there are two types of bolster: massive and hollowed. Founded in 1814, in Thiers, the capital of French cutlery, Sabatier is one of the leading brands of kitchen knives in the entire world. Using a perfect combination of modern technology, high-quality materials, and ancient know-how, Sabatier makes kitchen knives of superior quality that are widely used by cooks all across the globe.

Assembling by insertion : probably the simplest of all assembling techniques, this type of assembling consists of simply heating the tang of the knife and fitting it inside the handle. Full tang : it goes all the way until the end of the handle. In fact, the full tang is even visible at the top of the handle where the line of steel goes in between both sides of the handle. Knives with full tang are more solid and robust. - The handle : Chef's and utility knives: used to dice half an onion, julienne a carrot and slice through a butternut squash. This Sabatier Ideal 100% Forged Paring Knife 10cm is a must-have in your kitchen. despite of its small size, this knife will soon become one of your most used kitchen utensils. Indeed, it is perfect for peeling, cutting, and paring fruits and vegetables, which are ingredients consumed in daily basis (or at least we hope you do).

The chef's, utility and paring knives are used out of the box to slice through a piece of paper. The same test is carried out after the cutting tasks to see if blades have dulled. Comfort

Fully forged : undoubtedly the most solid type of blade that you can have. A 100% knife is more durable and robust than the rest of kitchen knives. The process of creating a fully forged blade consists in heating and compressing a round steel bar until a bubble is created. Next, the entire blade is stamped from the bubble created in the previous step. Finally, the full tang blade is cut out. This whole forging process is quite costly, and that is why fully forged kitchen knives are more expensive.The handle of a kitchen knife serves for much more than just holding the knife. The handle also plays an important role in providing the knife the optimal balance and equilibrium. In addition, we cannot ignore the aesthetic factor : great part of the beauty of a knife depends on the design and look of its handle. Indeed, this paring knife belongs to the Ideal 100% forged series with brass rivets , which is one of the most popular knife ranges made by Sabatier. The knives from this range are appreciated by professional chefs and home cooks thanks to their impressive cutting performance.

To work on certain products, you may need to use 2 different knives, such as when cutting a ham: the paring knife will help you cut the rind of the ham, then you use your ham knife to make nice slices or chiffonade. Cut out blade and tang assembled by welding : similar to the process mentioned above, the blade is cut out from a flat piece of steel. However, in this process the differene is that the blade and the tang are cut out separately, and they are later assembled by welding the 2 parts together. Sabatier knife ranges for every taste and preference This V Sabatier paring knife is a very handy knife that is very easy to use due to its small size and light weight. It is an essential knife to have in your kitchen that is used almost in a daily basis, and it can be washed in the dishwasher without any problem. For cutting small fruits and vegetables, you won't find many knives better than this Sabatier Ideal 100% Forged Paring Knife 10cm. Indeed, this handy knife is an essential knife in every kitchen, and its cutting performance is truly excellent. Characterized for its solidity and durability, this knife is a real pleasure to use during the preparation of your recipes.

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Traditional assembling with wooden or plastic part : in this assembling method, the two parts of the handle are placed one on each side of the tang and are then fixed with 3 crossing rivets. Non visible tang :this type of tang consists of a simple steel stem without any holes, thus the handle cannot be assembled with rivets. You thought we forgot about it? Impossible! When talking about the anatomy of a knife, the blade is certainly its most important part, especially when talking about Sabatier knives, which are known for having blades of truly exceptional quality. However, even if all Sabatier knives have great cutting performance, it is undeniable that some are stronger and more solid than others, and that is explained by the construction of the blade. Indeed, the blade of a knife can be formed in the following ways (have in mind that the construction of the blades has big influence on the price of a knife) : Sabatier offers a great variety of kitchen knives that cover the different needs of its extensive clientele regardless of whether they are professional chefs or home cooks. The great quality of Sabatier knives can be explained by the way in which they are manufactured combining the traditional French know-how in the field of cutlery with the modern technology available in the industry nowadays. This has led Sabatier to gain an impeccable reputation in the culinary world with the high respect of cooks from all around the planet. The anatomy of a Sabatier knife



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