Posted by Kristin :- on 27th Jan Have you ever looked at the Wusthof 4-Stage Universal Handheld Sharpener and wondered why there is a distinction between the standard and Asian-style knives? Well the main answer to this question is the angle of the blade. According to Chef's Choice , the difference between the two knife angles has developed due to the difference in local cuisine.
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Understanding Euro/American and Asian Style Knives
Understanding Euro/American and Asian Style Knives – Chef's Choice by EdgeCraft
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More Advice and Theory on Sharpening Angles for Knives
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