KitchenAid Knife Set | Santoku, Chef’s Knife, Steak Knives, Shears | Stainless Steel 14-Piece Block Set

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Kitchenaid Knife Set If you’re looking for a set of inexpensive knives, these ones from KitchenAid are a good, but not great choice.

If you’ve read our Guide to Buying Kitchen Knives, you know that we advocate buying a small set of high-quality knives instead of a larger set like this one.

You’ll get fewer knives if you go that route, but they will be better quality. The Forschner essential knife set, for example, will be sharper than these ones from KitchenAid and will hold their edges better.

However, if you must have a larger set of knives, and you want a matching set with a matching block, and you want to keep the cost down as much as possible, the KitchenAid set is a fine choice.

The knives feature high-carbon stainless steel blades that are well balanced and feel comfortable in the hand.

Customers rave about their sharpness and their feel. They also remind you that these knives shouldn’t be put in the dishwasher or they will stain, regardless of what the manufacturer says.

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