ZWILLING J.A. Henckels Pro Rocking Santoku Knife
Three ways to cut it.
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The Japanese word Santoku translates to “three virtues”, in this case referencing the santoku knife’s three uses: slicing, dicing, and mincing. A traditional santoku knife has a straighter blade than your average chef's knife but Zwilling’s rocking version combines the best of both worlds: the very-slightly curved blade supports both chopping (using a downward motion only) and rocking (moving the blade back-and-forth over the cutting board). Use it as you would your chef’s knife; this guy is as versatile as they come.
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten
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