Savvy Living NanoRazor Ceramic Chef’s Tools
Have you watched the cooking shows and seen the creative work some of the chef’s can pull off with just a few cuts of their paring knife? I am amazed at their creations!
We like to try to do the same thing here at home..try being the optimal word! I do know the secret is a sharp knife. This is also the concern of most of us moms having sharp knives around the children.
The first thing I noticed about the Savvy Living NanoRazor paring knife was that is came with a protective cover. Yay! I can place this in a drawer and not worry about one of the little ones cutting their hand while looking for the tongs or serving spoons.
Because this knife is ceramic, it is super sharp, durable and slices with little effort and great precision. The peeler is cool because it can be set for both right handed and left handed users.
Ceramic knives are sharper, more lightweight, and much easier to clean than steel ones. However, many people complain that ceramic knives are too fragile, chipping or shattering at the slightest bump. The Savvy Living NanoRazor is made using a special 4-step process which makes our blades sharper, denser, and more durable than those on regular ceramic knives.
The NanoRazor has blades are molded from zirconium oxide in a 100 ton+ forging machine. The blade is pressed using a special cold isostatic pressing process which makes it denser and less likely to show wear. This knife offers the balance of sharpness and durability, which makes it great for professional chefs and home cooks like me.
You should pick up a set or two of these for yourself and as gifts. The Savvy Living NanoRazor Ceramic Chef’s Tools are available on Amazon with free shipping on prime accounts.
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