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Kitchen Cutlery: Boning Knives by Victorinox and Zwilling JA Henckels

A boning knife is a type of kitchen knife with a sharp point and narrow blade. It is used in food preparation for removing the bones of poultry, meat, and fish. It features a very narrow blade. A stiff boning knife is good for boning beef and pork, but a very flexible boning knife is preferred for poultry and fish.
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Knife Guide

Rosewood Handles: Our classic, traditional rosewood handle is designed to provide maximum comfort at all times. Renowned rosewood handles feature a carved handle design with the unique beauty of natural rosewood, extra durable.

Fibrox Handles: Modern nylon and patented Fibrox handle is hygienic, dishwasher safe, slip-resistant and NSF approved. The handle is ergonomically designed to help minimize tension at the wrist and can provide better grip than rosewood handles.

POM Handles: Full tang construction with POM (plastic over molded) handles made of Poly Oxy Methylene will hold its shape and will not crack or separate from blade.

Forged Blades: Forged blades are made in an intricate, multi-step process. Ice tempered to create a hardened blade that will sustain its sharpness longer and give desired effect when re-sharpened. Traditional hot-drop forging creates a superior steel product with increased elasticity and maximum internal strength. Forged blades are typically thicker and heavier than stamped blades.

Granton Blades: The hollow ground, granton edge, allows food to fall away from the blade rather than sticking to it, helping the knife to cut more efficiently. Hollow ground blades have concave, beveled edges that are ground starting midway down the blade, instead of at the spine.

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