Each Coolina knife was created with a specific purpose. So before choosing your knives, you should consider what you enjoy cooking most often and tailor your knife collection to suit your needs. Some Coolina knives are great multitaskers, some are best used to fulfill their meat-boning destiny. It’s very important to use the correct knife for the correct purpose. A chef’s knife for example won’t work to cleave although it’s the most multi-purpose knife in the kitchen and so on. Now, let’s see what are the uses of Coolina knives below.
A question that concerns so many steel knife owners and even those who haven’t got one yet. The short answer is - NO! But we’ll try to break down the reasoning behind it, as we always do. So let’s see why is it not safe to put your steel knives in the dishwasher:
No matter how sharp and sturdy a steel blade is, it's a fragile piece of equipment that can be damaged with the slightest mistreatment. To help you not let your best knives go dull, we’ve listed here the most common mistakes people make with their steel knives and why you should avoid making them yourself.
For a long time now there has been some debate about whether acidic foods can actually affect sharpness or edge retention of steel kitchen knives. And many professional chefs have declared that for this reason, they use only Stainless steel kitchen knives when dealing with acidic foods. Today, we are here to discuss why are stainless steel knives preferred when cutting acidic foods.
Profesional cooking can look quite intimidating sometimes and most of the time due to the gear that chefs use. If you ever wondered what types of knives chefs use and more specifically do they use carbon and stainless steel knives, then keep on reading because this one is for you.
A question that bothers many people who love the look and feel of carbon steel knives but are scared to bite the bullet and buy them because of the rumours circulating around. Are carbon steel knives safe for food contact? The short answer is yes, in fact, if they weren’t we’d all be gone by now. But this is for those interested in a more detailed answer.