Finesseur Encourages Kitchen Safety Thru Released Guide On Choosing The Right Kitchen Knife Handle
(EMAILWIRE.COM, November 10, 2014 ) Oakland, CA -- "A falling knife has no handle." This is a lesson every chef abides by. At the same time, it is also a warning they frequently share to others. Though commonly advocated, that lesson is hard to follow for everyone even for chefs. Humans' natural instincts, after all, teach people to catch whatever falls, even if the object that happens to fall is a knife.
With the stress and pressure that comes with cooking, a kitchen knife with a loose and unstable handle is what contributes to the knife blade slipping out of its chamber, and falling to the floor. Acknowledging this not-so-rare occurrence, kitchenware brand Finesseur has recently released a guide on how to choose the best kitchen knife handle in order to avoid any kitchen mishap.The information is now available on their website and Facebook fan page.
The guide released provides consumers with the list of important aspects to look for when shopping for a knife. It advises consumers to carefully check every little detail of the kitchen knife handle. It also states that people should take notice of the knife handle material. It likewise suggests other extra features to consider to ensure a good buy.
A simple and straightforward Guide on picking the right kitchen knife handle can be helpful to have when shopping for knives. "We have been somewhat misled to think that all we have to think about when it comes to finding a good kitchen knife is to see how sharp the blade is. Yes, the blade is indeed very important and a knife is nothing without its blade. In the same manner, though, a knife is nothing without its handle. Experience and history have helped make the prehistoric sharpened stone evolve into the modern kitchen knife we know today. A kitchen knife handle that is poorly made will cause the blade to slip away and contribute to miserable injuries on people. This can be avoided by having the right knowledge to spot what makes a good and sturdy kitchen knife handle," Finesseur spokesperson Allison Montgomery says.
It is a common misconception that the blade is the only important part of a knife. On the contrary, every part of the knife has an essential role to play in the knife's function. The blade does the cutting. The handle is the source of control. Knife handles primarily keep the blade locked in its place and stops the blade from wriggling when being used to cut or slice. Having the knife blade stay put lessens the risk of injuries by a great degree.
"When it comes to cooking-related injuries, the lack of focus is usually to blame. But aside from that, having inefficient tools can also contribute to those unpleasant kitchen experiences. With our simple and useful guide, and High quality kitchen tools like our signature Ceramic Chef's Knife, we hope to contribute in keeping every cooking experience enjoyable and safe," relates Montgomery.
Finesseur brings fashion design, precise engineering, and top quality craftsmanship together in American kitchens. Finesseur believes Kitchen tools should be not only functional, but also inspirational.
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