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Serrated knife

Unlike a classic knife, which is ground to produce a fine cutting edge to the blade, a serrated knife has teeth like a saw.

This kind of knife doesn't need sharpening, and cuts certain foods, bread and cakes for instance, more easily than a normal knife.

If you intend to buy:

There's no need to get an expensive one, just choose one which is stainless and has a plastic handle, as this is easy to clean.
Serrated knifeSerrated knife
Recipes which use this utensil: 5
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