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Curated Experts Can Help You Find the Best Knife Set for You

A knife set is often the most common way of buying knives, which means that there is a wide range of different knife sets available to you. A knife set can start as a simple chef’s knife and paring knife combo to as comprehensive as a full-size inventory including a honing steel, filet knife, shears, steak knives, and more.

A full knife set may not be the best option for everyone, and the same goes for a partial set. What is really important is knowing what it is that you are looking to do with your knife set. There are some essentials to keep in mind that should not be missed in a set. Those are a chef’s knife, a paring knife, and a bread knife. Any additional knives beyond the essentials will be dictated based on your own needs. If you break down a lot of your own proteins, finding a set with a boning knife and a filet knife would be best for you. The same goes for needing that slicer for the Sunday roast, and so on.

Along with usage, it is important to think about where your new set will be stored. Your kitchen space has a finite amount of space—knowing how and where your knife set will find its home will be a big influence on the type of set that you need. A smaller set without a wood block can be kept in a drawer or on a magnetic strip against the wall. A full block set will need a proper place on the counter, so some rearranging might be necessary.

When looking for a knife, the brand will influence the build of the knives in the set along with the type of steel and style. Choosing between a Western-style set and a Japanese-style set can add additional factors that can make choosing a knife set a little trickier. Speak with a Kitchen Expert to dispel any confusion and answer all your questions about knife sets.

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At Curated, we will be more than happy to help you discover what kind of knife set best suits your lifestyle. Not able to decide on a knife set? Connect with a Kitchen Expert and get the inside knowledge you need!

We know investing in more than one knife can seem a bit intimidating. Figuring out what the best value is, how to use it once purchased, and then how to properly maintain each and every piece can be overwhelming! Speaking with an Expert here on Curated will make figuring out all of those details a lot easier.