Heaviest Knife of Kitchen Knives - Bone Chopper 6''
It varies in its shape but usually resembles a rectangular-bladed hatchet. It is largely used as a kitchen or butcher knife intended for hacking through bone. The knife's broad side can also be used for crushing in food preparation (such as garlic).
Built to deliver a powerful chop with one well-aimed strike, the meat cleaver uses weight and momentum to sunder dense foods with blunt force. Furthermore, crafted from Germany high carbon stainless steel and full tang design with a three-riveted, promise your safety kitchen task.
TUO Black Hawk meat cleaver is designed for professional cooking and home use for slicing meat, cutting veggies, smashing garlic, creating paper-thin slices, peeling the skin off fruit or use the spine to pound meat. This kind of knife is very practical and useful.
If you watched closely on that video, you probably noticed that the cleaver used didn't actually have a hole in the blade. After you're finished with sectioning the chicken, you can even use the big flat blade to flatten and tenderize any cutlets you've made.
Not the prettiest knife in the drawer, but this TUO 6'' chopper is high quality for the good choice. Get a 15% discount on www.tuocutlery.com right now.
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