Kyocera Ceramic Knife

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A sharp knife is essential in any kitchen. We have a wonderful variety of knives at The Good Cooking Store, and each of us has a different favorite. However, we all agree that the Kyocera Ceramic Knife is a great tool to own.

Ceramic knives are incredibly sharp due to the hardness of ceramic itself. (Only diamond is harder as a natural substance.) These knives hold their sharpness about 10 times as long as stainless steel knives. They actually make cutting vegetables fun!

Our Kyocera knives are very light-weight, but sturdy enough to slide right through a carrot. And you can make such thin slices through a tomato that I didn’t believe it myself until I tried it.

Oprah recently listed these knives on her list of favorite things, and we can see why. Try one for yourself. Based on our happy experience here at the Good Cooking Store, we’re sure you’ll like them.

Kyocera Ceramic Knives are available from The Good Cooking Store and they do ship. Click here for information on how to reach them.

  • Patti posted at 12:25 pm on Wednesday, May 11, 2011

    I have two of them, a chef’s knife and a paring knife. They’re awesome!! I rarely even look at the others anymore.

  • ceramic knifes posted at 1:43 pm on Tuesday, June 21, 2011

    Nice articel, I think that ceramic knifes are true future of cooking. I bought my first ceramic knife about three months ago and it is also Kyocera, it is amazing how sharp it still is, but I’m still afraid a bit that I will drop it on the floor and it will break, I hope not.

  • Jennifer posted at 12:51 am on Tuesday, August 02, 2011

    When these do finally dull, how do you sharpen them? Is there a special tool? Thanks!

  • Mark2011 posted at 7:26 am on Thursday, October 27, 2011

    Hello
    If you are looking for an every day carry knife, to use at work or play, we have a full line up of automatic switchblade knives,they come out the side, or out the front. Automatic knives are not allowed in all states, so please check your state and local knife laws before you start your knife collection!

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