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How To Clean Granite Cutting Boards?

Granite, a highly intrusive and the most igneous rock, used to manufacture millions of products, especially utensils. As undeniably gob smacking and beatific it is, it is in fact highly rigid and tough as well and diamond is the only known substance with the ability to cut through or scratch its surface. This is why they are frequently bought and preferred by consumers as they are resistant to scratches and staining and dulling by other utensils used on its surface.

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How To Remove Fish Odor From The Cutting Board

Getting odors out of cutting boards is not one simple task, particularly meat, mostly fish meat odor which is significantly strong and unappealing to senses and also is the most hardest to remove off the cutting board because just rinsing it with a bit of liquid soap will never be enough to nail it.

We will provide you with some techniques on how to remove it completely but first you also need to know how to avoid it in the future.

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Fallkniven A1 Review

Today, I’m going to be reviewing the Fallkniven A1. I don’t normally review stainless steel fixed blade knives, because I was a die-hard high carbon steel guy. Don’t get me wrong – I still love high carbon steel, but this knife is a wonderfully crafted and insanely strong cutting tool that would be right at home in a bushcraft kit.

The A1 was originally designed for Military purposes, but it’s a great knife for those of us who want more corrosion resistance, higher edge retention, better wet weather performance, and less maintenance. Let’s get in to it and I’ll break it down for you. Continue reading

How To Choose The Best From Fallkniven Family Of Knives: F1 vs. S1 vs. A1

Nowadays many don’t have the luxury of spending time in nature camping, hiking or just having a picnic away from the city noise and polluted air. The ones who find a way to combine these activities with their everyday obligations are considered lucky ones. Also, these people know that the only way to enjoy in benefits of nature is to have the right gear. For campers and hikers (and all kind of adrenaline enthusiasts) this gear requires, among other things, a bushcraft survival knife. In this text, we are going to review three knives from the Fallkniven family to help you find the best survival tool.

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Miyabi Birchwood Chef’s Knife Review

If you love cooking, you’ll appreciate the difference between quality and the lack of it. The kitchen might be one of your favorite rooms in the house. If it is, you should want to fill it with as many high-quality instruments as possible. Especially when it comes to the instruments you aim to use constantly on a day to day basis. Continue reading

How To Make A Cutting Board

Making your own DIY cutting board is not only satisfying, it can be an incredibly practical and rewarding project to undertake. Whether you plan on making one for yourself or as a gift for someone else, here we provide you an easy to follow step by step guide on putting together your very own handmade cutting board. Continue reading

How To Make A Butcher Block From Simple Wood Strips

Wooden butcher blocks are beautiful, traditional, very useful in the kitchen and relatively easy to make youself if you know the right steps. You may already have a cutting board, but a butcher’s board is quite different. If you cook with meat a lot and wish to maintain high standards of hygiene within your kitchen, a butcher’s board can make all the difference. Continue reading

How To Sharpen A Bread Knife Without Damaging It

Bread knives are very different to normal knives. If you notice your bread knife is no longer cutting as well as it once did, it will likely benefit from a good sharpening. Bread knives have a serrated edge that is unsuitable for whetstones and other tools used in the sharpening of straight edge blades. For this reason you must use the specific technique we outline below if you intend to sharpen your bread knife without damaging it.

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