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Sharpen up

The cost of a good knife set might make your heart race, but it’s an investment worth making. Many kitchenware shops have good specials on high-quality knives so it’s worthwhile shopping around. Knife sets can be great value, however don’t feel obliged to buy the largest knife set available. The fancy 14-piece set might look impressive, but perhaps isn’t the best use of your bench space or your cash.


 The pointy–end (point) is used to make fine incisions in food or to pierce holes in things.

 The tip (the first third of the blade), not to be confused with the pointy end, does much of the cutting and can be used for soft vegetables and fine slicing.

  is the top of the blade; it

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