The Ceramic Chef Knives Review
They wanted to see how well ceramic knives did, so they looked all over the internet and did a review on their findings. My CERAMIC KNIVES did a few tests on the ceramic knives and wrote a review on her findings. Here are some of her findings.
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The Ceramic Chef Knives Review– On The Apple
She started with apples and bought a sharp $150 Henkels knife and a ceramic knife. She cut wedges into an apple using the Henkels knife and placed it to one side, then she cut another apple with her ceramic knife and placed it next to the Henkels knife and took photographs at random intervals.
After 15 minutes she saw that the apple wedge that had been cut with the ceramic knife had hardly oxidized at all while the other one had clear signs of oxidization.
The one on the left, cut with the steel knife shows clearly that the apple has started to oxidize while the one one the right cut by the ceramic knife has only just started to oxidize.
She goes on to explain that she had left the apple wedges where they were and went to bed, the next morning she noticed that the apple wedge cut by the ceramic knife had not oxidized any further.
The Avocado Test
The same test was done on avocado and once again photos were taken at random intervals. As you know avocado’s turn brown quickly after been cut. This test took about 2 hours before you could see clear results. The first photo is when the avocado had just been cut and the second photo is taken after 5 and half hours later.
As you can see there is no discoloring of both avocado’s.
Although the results don’t show a dramatic difference there is still a difference.
The end conclusion to both these tests are that fruits don’t oxidize and turn brown as fast when using the ceramic chef knives.
I hate having to cut paper thin tomatoes if I do not have the proper knife. Once again a test was done on a tomato to see how thin it can cut.
As far as I am concerned the ceramic chef knife can cut paper thin slices of tomato.
The Ceramic Chef Knives review is as follows: The browning of the apples and avocado is a corrosion reaction between the fruit and stainless steel knife. The ceramic knife is less porous and because it is sharper than most knifes it glides quickly through the fruit causing less bruising.
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