Fitmeat Santoku Kitchen Knife
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Finally, a knife for almost everything you need to cut in the kitchen. Precise work has never been so easy. This is where the highest craftsmanship meets selected material.
One for all! A good santoku replaces many bad knives in the kitchen
If you are concerned with really good knives, their origins and how they are made, you can't get around a santoku. This ideal kitchen knife has its origins in Japan. San Toku translates roughly as "the knife of the three virtues". What is meant here are the good qualities when cutting fish, meat and vegetables
The Santoku is an unbelievably versatile kitchen utensil, which you won't want to do without after a short familiarisation phase. It easily replaces many other knives and can leave the already overcrowded cutlery drawer.
Perfect curve for optimal results
The very wide and slightly curved blade shape of the Santoku is perfect for all those who value precision. Whether fine cuts, chopping, scraping, pressing and cutting ingredients into coarse or very fine pieces with a pressure cut. With this knife, everything is possible
A carpaccio of well-seasoned beef fillet can be cut just perfectly with a Santoku. The same goes for the accompanying rocket and, to top it all off, the Parmigiano can be scraped with it. Due to the optimal course of the blade to the handle, even a layman quickly gets a feeling for what it means to cut with an excellent knife
Handmade Santoku with maple handle
The blade, which is around 16 cm long and about 5 cm wide, protrudes far out from under the narrower handle. This provides plenty of space for the fingers and automatically leads to a safe cut. The handmade handle of the knife is made of high-quality maple and feels wonderful in the hand.
Hand-forged kitchen knives by Martin Huber
We have been working with the passionate knifemaker Martin Huber for several years now. This is because these knives are of the highest quality and each of his pieces are painstakingly handcrafted
The combination of the best materials and outstanding workmanship results in kitchen knives that are second to none.
An extremely robust carbon steel is the so-called white paper steel, sometimes better known as C100 steel. The various uses of this resistant material are almost limitless. In addition, a precise grinding technique is used to sharpen the blade of the santoku
Santoku knives - the ideal gift
With individual engraving on request
If you know a hobby chef and are thinking about what to give him or her, our Santoku is the obvious choice. Not only because of the quality already described, but also because cooks in particular appreciate having their own high-quality knife to call their own
For such a special gift, the knife can also be personalised. The owner's initials are engraved on the blade while the knife is still in the forge. An absolutely privileged detail that guarantees uniqueness. Each knife ordered from us comes in a fine wooden box, which also contains a certificate of authenticity.
This noble gift set also includes a handmade wooden spatula / wooden cooking spoon (matching the maple, walnut or mahogany knife handle).
After receiving an order, we quickly contact the customer to discuss their wishes and ideas. As this is real craftsmanship, delivery times are between three and six weeks
Highest knife quality for a lifetime
Why the Santoku is a knife for eternity can be read in numerous descriptions and explanations. But what it feels like to work with such a knife in practice is something you should experience
The products are cut cleanly and not, as with other knives, torn and frayed. The Santoku glides through like meat and fish, it is a real pleasure. Vegetables, herbs and even fruit are chopped quickly and cleanly with it
With good care, the knife becomes your best friend. This includes the iron principle that such a knife should not be put in the dishwasher. Simply clean it with warm water and a mild detergent, then dry it well with a tea towel. It is best to store it in a knife block so that it does not come into contact with other metal cutlery.
Note: In addition to the Santoku knives with other handle variants, the overview picture also shows a Gyuto knife for size comparison. This is the knife in question.
Herkunft und Haltung
We have been working with the passionate knifemaker Martin Huber for several years now. Because these knives are of the highest quality and each of his pieces are painstakingly handcrafted.
The combination of the best materials and outstanding workmanship creates kitchen knives that are second to none.
An extremely robust carbon steel is the so-called white paper steel, sometimes better known as C100 steel. The various uses of this resistant material are almost limitless. In addition, there is a precise grinding technique with which the blade of the santoku is ground and sharpened.
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