Ensembles de blocs de couteaux de cuisine en acier japonais 16 pièces | Genbu
Ensembles de blocs de couteaux de cuisine en acier japonais 16 pièces | Genbu
Ensembles de blocs de couteaux de cuisine en acier japonais 16 pièces | Genbu
Ensembles de blocs de couteaux de cuisine en acier japonais 16 pièces | Genbu
Ensembles de blocs de couteaux de cuisine en acier japonais 16 pièces | Genbu

Japanese Steel Kitchen Knife Block Sets 16 Pieces | Genbu

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•Fabriqué en acier japonais AUS-10.
•Traitement thermique multi-étapes optimisé avec un processus avancé de durcissement par le froid CRYO pour une dureté, durabilité, et flexibilité supérieures.
•Design de manche Triple Tang pour équilibre, contrôle et précision.
•Manche ergonomique stylé mais fonctionnel avec design SMART-BOLSTER™.
• Angle de lame de 15 degrés. • Talon affûté et dos lisse.
• Fabriqué au Japon.
L'ensemble de coutellerie en acier japonais Genbu de 16 pièces est idéal pour le chef professionnel et le cuisinier passionné à domicile. Chaque article vous servira pendant votre préparation alimentaire et améliorera votre expérience culinaire en cuisine.

3.75" paring knife: An essential tool in any kitchen for slicing, dicing and mincing palm-sized vegetables and fruits. This knife is also ideal for cutting meat with precision, peeling and decorating food.

7" Santoku Knife: The Santoku knife is a Japanese kitchen knife. In Japanese, santoku means "three virtues", which suits this utility knife perfectly, as it is particularly effective at chopping, slicing and mincing. The scalloped detail makes it easier to remove chopped food from the edge of the blade. It is a very useful knife for all culinary preparations.

10" bread knife with staggered teeth: Another indispensable tool in every kitchen. Perfect for European-style hard crust bread, this 10-inch offset bread knife can slice through the toughest crusts while providing excellent joint clearance so you can finish the job without having to stop to move your bread. hands. The serrated edge also allows you to peel and slice cantaloupe, watermelon and watermelon.

10" carving knife: This long knife is designed to be an excellent knife for cutting cooked pieces of meat. It is ideal for carving beef, poultry or pork for family dinners. Whatever the slicing or carving job, this knife is up to the task! Add it to your knife set today and experience what a quality knife can do for your kitchen.

7" Flexible Fillet Knife: ideal for removing fat from meats, separating skin from meat, fluffing chicken breast, deboning, and much more.

8'' chef's knife: it's the prep knife for slicing, dicing and chopping. Utility knife

6" Serrated Utility Knife: an essential multi-purpose tool in any kitchen.

4.5" steak knives (6 pieces): 4.5" steak knife set (6 knives). This set of 6 steak knives is essential for any steak lover. It's perfect for carving your favorite cuts of beef with ease. The 4.5-inch serrated blade slices through even the toughest steaks, while the comfortable handle provides a solid, comfortable grip. Whether you're hosting a dinner party or just enjoying a steak at home, these knives are sure to impress.

Forged Poultry Shears

Sharpening steel: An essential tool for maintaining and realigning the edge of your knives.

Wooden block with 15 slots: This large block of wood provides safe storage for your knives (up to 10" in length). Plus, the extra slots allow you to add your current favorite knives and/or add other Gunter Wilhelm knives to your collection (individual knives or packs). Additionally, you can attach our Gunter Wilhelm steak sets to this modular design block.

Poignée K133 Poignée ergonomique haut de gamme, longue durée de vie sans sensation de fatigue.

Une netteté inégalée
L'artisanat de précision indispensable en 32 étapes donne une netteté incroyable.


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After receiving the product, please check "if the product is defective" and "if it matches the contents of the order". If any of the above problems occur, please contact us by email: shanzu@shanzuchef.com. We will reply you within 48 hours of sending your return request.

IMPORTANT : For items that arrive damaged or defective, YOU MUST provide photos/videos to support your claim that the item arrived damaged or malfunctioning. If a customer refuses to send or does not send photos/videos of an item allegedly damaged or having a malfunction, this return will be treated as "buyer's remorse" and the customer will be solely responsible for re-shipping the item. The customer is also exposed to the 15% restocking fee as well as the shipping costs paid by the seller. If a customer claims that an item is defective/damaged, they must provide proof before returning it, without any exceptions. Use the contact form to submit photos/videos for your return request.

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Pourquoi choisir SHAN ZU

SHANZU est une marque connue pour ses couteaux exceptionnels en acier de Damas. Chaque couteau est fabriqué à l'aide d'un processus complexe qui implique le pliage et le forgeage de couches d'acier pour créer une lame forte et durable. L'acier résultant a un beau motif ondulé qui est à la fois esthétiquement agréable et fonctionnel. En raison de la rareté de l'acier de Damas, les couteaux SHANZU sont très recherchés. Achetez dès maintenant et découvrez par vous-même la qualité exceptionnelle d'un couteau en acier de Damas SHANZU.

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Free standard shipping for any order. SHAN ZU kitchen knife for sale worldwide.

*The following regions are excluded: United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, Canada, Africa, Middle East.

SHAN ZU kitchen knife for sale worldwide.

*The following regions are excluded: United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, Canada, Africa, Middle East.

The delivery time depends on the destination. In general, it takes between 3 and 14 days. International shipping is possible in most countries. If we cannot deliver to your country, we will contact you. In addition, we will notify you of your order by sending you an "order confirmation" and a "shipping notification" after placing your order.

Returns are accepted for 30 days from the date of delivery, in accordance with our refund policy. Just send us an email and we'll let you know what to do.

Official SHANZU email: shanzu@shanzuchef.com

To clean and maintain your knife, it is best to follow these steps:

First, clean the blade with hot water and dishwashing liquid. Be sure to rinse and dry the blade thoroughly to prevent it from rusting.

Then use a sharpening gun to sharpen the blade. This will keep the cutting edge and ensure that the knife is in good working order.

If the blade is very dirty or food is stuck to it, you can use a soft-bristled brush to clean it gently. Avoid using abrasive materials such as steel wool, which can damage the blade.
After cleaning and sharpening the blade, apply a thin layer of oil to the blade and handle. This will prevent rust and keep the knife in good condition.

Finally, store the knife in a safe, dry place, away from heat and moisture. Finally, store the knife in a safe, dry place, away from heat and moisture. A knife block or knife drawer organizer is a good option, as it will protect the blade and prevent accidents.

To sharpen a knife, you will need a stone to sharpen SHANZU or a knife sharpener. To use a whetstone, first soak the stone in water for about 10 minutes. Then lay the knife flat on the stone and tilt the blade so that it forms an angle of 10 to 15 degrees with the stone. Making long, steady movements, move the blade over the stone back and forth, making sure to maintain the angle of the blade. After a few strokes, move the blade to the other side of the stone and repeat the process. You need to sharpen the blade along its entire length and you may need to repeat it several times to achieve the desired level of sharpening.

What is Damascus Steel?

The origin of the name "Damascus steel" is controversial: two Islamic scholars, Al-Kindi and Al-Biruni (circa 800-873 CE), both wrote about swords and sword steels based on appearance, the geographical location of the place where they were produced or forged, or the name of the blacksmith. Both authors also mention the terms "damascene" or "Damascus" to describe the swords to some extent.

Based on these references, there are three possible sources for the origin of the term "Damascus" in the context of steel:
Al-Kindi refers to the swords forged in Damascus in Siberia as "damascenes," but it is important to note that these swords are not described as having a wavy pattern appearing on the surface of the steel. Al-Biruni refers to a swordsmith called Damasqui who made crucible steel swords. In Arabic, the word "Damascus" means "watered", and Damascus blades are often described as having a water pattern on their surface.

The most common explanation is that the steel is named after Syria's capital, Damascus, the largest of the cities in the ancient Levant. These may be swords made or sold directly in Damascus, or simply the look of the typical patterns, compared to the damask fabrics, which also bear the name Damascus.

What is German steel?

German knives are usually made of stainless steel, which has a Rockwell index between 56 and 58. Stainless steel contains chromium. This is what lowers the Rockwell Index. The advantage is that the blade of the knife is resistant to corrosion and rust.

Cooks generally agree that German-type stainless steel knife blades are stronger than Japanese-type blades. Cooks generally agree that German-type stainless steel knife blades are stronger than Japanese-type blades. Its durability allows you to use it for more cutting and chopping tasks.

The softer characteristic of steel still allows for a sharp edge, but stainless steel will require you to sharpen and sharpen it more often. The softer steel also makes it easier to sharpen the blade, although a stainless steel blade means a German knife will lose its edge faster than its Japanese counterpart, which is made of high carbon steel.

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