Best Serrated (Bread) Knives & More Ways Cuting

There are only three knives that are crucial in a kitchen: a chef's knife, a paring knife and a serrated knife. Any other knives are a luxury--they can make cooking easier and more enjoyable, but are unnecessary. ... A serrated knife is used for bread, tomatoes and even meat.

How often do you use a serrated knife? If it only sees the light of day when cutting bread then you've been missing out. This tool is incredibly versatile and its jagged edge makes it ideal for cutting everything from fruit to cake and meat.

TUO knives consistently stand out for being well-balanced and ergonomic. So does this Falcon bread knife. Its stainless steel blade is thin, sharp, and curved, and the 8-inch length is ideal. It's a full-tang and riveted handle that is well-balanced, which gives you excellent control over the task at hand.

Bread knives are used for cutting bread and are one of many kitchen knives used by cooks. The serrated blades of bread knives are able to cut soft bread without crushing it. While the blade could be sharper, but the saw-toothed edges still do an excellent job of cutting through loaves, cake layers, and meat as well.

Now, you may be wondering if a bread knife is really necessary. But we can't fail to mention that this Falcon bread knife is really practical. It's absolutely the gem for handling a diverse range of foods and cutting tasks.