Serrated tomato knives are used in different ways. They can be used to cut through thick pieces of meat or vegetables. They can also be used like a saw blade, cutting through wood or plastic. These types of serrated tomatoes have sharp edges that make them very effective at slicing through tough foods such as meats and cheeses.
In addition to their use in cooking, they can also be used for other purposes such as carving and even dentistry. There are many varieties of serrated tomato knives available today. Some of these include:
Wusthof Classic Serrated Tomato Knife
The Wusthof Classic Serrated Tomato Knife was first introduced in 1875. It is made from high quality stainless steel and features a flat edge that makes it ideal for slicing through tough foods such as meats and cheeses. The serrations on the knife’s blade allow it to slice through food with ease. The blade has an ergonomic design that makes it very comfortable to use. It also has a jimping on the blade that adds to its grip and prevents it from slipping while in use.
The knife’s handle is contoured, which makes it easy to hold. This knife can be used for cutting cakes and other baked goods as well.
Victorinox Tomato Slicer Knife
The Victorinix Tomato Slicer is another popular variety of serrated tomato knives.
Sources & references used in this article:
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Slicing board with parallel knife guides by GL Edwards – US Patent 2,483,763, 1949 – Google Patents
Tomato slicer by CE Giangiulio – US Patent 3,369,582, 1968 – Google Patents
Kitchen Knife Skills: Techniques For Carving Boning Slicing Chopping Dicing Mincing Filleting by M Lumb – 2018 – books.google.com
Preference mapping of fresh tomatoes across 3 stages of consumption by AE Oltman, MD Yates, MA Drake – Journal of food science, 2016 – Wiley Online Library