Aldi south – makashi knife 20cm for 2, 99 €

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Hello friends of culinary art,

As of today, Aldi Süd has again the Makashi knives on offer.
The knives have a blade guard made of plastic, are long sharp (I’ve used four in the kitchen for about 2 years – re-sharpening was not necessary yet), good grip on the handle and they are also colorful.

You can’t go wrong for the price.

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"2 years in use – resharpening not yet necessary"

Uh. then the knives have either been in the box for two years or you could cut with a spoon if you want sharpness.

Blades that are too thick and not really accurate, who every time when … Blades too thick and not really accurate, who wants to buy new ones every time they are on offer ->please whoever wants to have more fun with a knife-> buys something else Show less Show more

The statements:
… you can’t go wrong for the price.
. because I know …
without track price, (a similar product) or similar are not "dealable" in my eyes

It can come like the trekking shoes deal everyone was thrilled, after the advertisement the shoes were in the shop for weeks!

But don’t worry, it’s getting warm.

Would I have to dig deep into my wallet or would there be w… Would I have to dig deep into my wallet or is there anything better for normal money? Show less Show more

It always depends on how you define normal money, but I have the Herder Santoku as a general purpose weapon (because it is better to sharpen) windmuehlenmesserstore24.de/san…D=7
and for small items and vegetable cleaning, the Herder classic rustproof is available for under 15 euros at Rewe or here in carbon steel knivesandtools.de/de/…BwE
For a stay abroad in Argentina I bought a knife for meat that can only be used for it (also more than a souvenir).
And for big things (pumpkin melons, etc.) I have a top WMF plus chef’s knife. But the first two are the ones that get you through everyday life very well.

With me everyone is rusting

Okay, so I spend 50 € for no knife. The second looks rather well … Okay, so I spend 50 € for no knife. The second looks more like what normal people use. I have some of the typical ones mydealzer Gefro / Victorinox Actions in action Show less Show more

Okay, so I spend 50 € for no knife. The second looks rather well … Okay, so I spend 50 € for no knife. The second looks more like what normal people use. I have some of the typical ones mydealzer Gefro / Victorinox Actions in action Show less Show more

It always depends on what demands you have on the knives. I cook for about 80 people two weeks a year and otherwise very often and you are happy if you can cut onions properly and you also have a blade big enough to slide along your ankles.
I will probably use the knife all my life so I thought the price was very good at the time. With the knives "that normal people use" much blade is missing ^^

Little anecdote:
I can regularly cut whole birds at friends because I can do that so well. That’s because I cook a lot.
Only they have no clever knives and dismantling is an agony, no wonder that they never learn it. With such knives I would only cut light things. And I wouldn’t disassemble either. usually

I have no problems spending € 100 on a knife. That will keep the rest of my life. I will hurt myself less because I have more control over the knives.

Good knives don’t have to cost a lot, but knives are rarely good and cheap.
I’m not going to buy these here. I already have enough good knives and I have had them for years.
I think I’ve only bought a new paring knife in the last 10 years because I needed one and didn’t have a good one.

It always depends on what demands you have on the knives. I … It always depends on what demands you have on the knives. I cook for about 80 people two weeks a year and otherwise very often and you are happy if you can cut onions properly and you also have a blade big enough to slide along your ankles. I will probably use the knife use my whole life so i thought the price was very good at the time. With the knives "that normal people use" missing much blade ^^ Show less Show more

Wow 80 people

Live photo of the smaller knife.

"2 years in use – resharpening not yet necessary"

Uh. then the knives have either been in the box for two years or you could cut with a spoon if you want sharpness.

One for the kitchen and one for the handbag to protect yourself against robberies … One for the kitchen and one for the handbag to defend yourself quickly against robberies. We live in dangerous times where every crazy man runs around with a knife. Show less Show more

I shot a Wüsthof trident 10 years ago when I was a student on eBay. The whole thing cost me 30 € and at that time I found it a lot for a knife. Before that I cut with the Victorinox from Gefro, they were so hip because they were colorful. And also really sharp.
Since I had a lot of time and fun cooking, I quickly noticed that nothing could be better than a large knife. At the latest when cooking for 3 people you only get cramps with the small knives, you have to watch your fingers and the cutting result will never be so fine.

In short: buy knives between 30-100 € and be happy. Gradually expand the range. But for starters, a chef’s knife with a blade length of 21-26cm

Got a dozen knives for my little son and friends right away … Got a dozen knives for my little son and friends right away. The little ones can now play extensively in the forest and practice knife throwing. In my view, it is particularly important to teach elementary school students how to use knives or other dangerous objects as early as possible. I also gave my wife two knives. One for the kitchen and one for the handbag to quickly defend yourself against robberies. We live in dangerous times where every crazy man runs around with a knife. Show less Show more

I now use 90% Gefro / Victorinox knives. Are qualitative … I now use 90% Gefro / Victorinox knives. They are top quality and I only paid € 2 per knife. Show less Show more

these are normal sheet metal strips with a serrated edge in table knife size

Yes, they are okay for smearing bread, sharing a pizza or for a bratwurst..

But already 2 onions and 3 carrots for the pasta sauce can no longer be cut comfortably with it, it is much too small and cannot be guided.

"Top"these are normal sheet metal strips with serrated edge in … "Top"These are just normal strips of sheet metal with a serrated edge in table knife size too small and cannot be guided. Show less Show more

Don’t write so much garbage. Prepare my meals with it every day and have never had any problems, just to remove fish or skin, I take another knife. You are definitely a rich snob or chef hipster who needs a € 100 knife to cut an apple in half.

Don’t write so much garbage. Use it to prepare my meals every day … Don’t write so much trash. Prepare my meals with it every day and have never had any problems, just to remove fish or skin, I take another knife. You are definitely a rich snob or chef hipster who needs a € 100 knife to cut an apple in half. Show less Show more

Read and understand.

I didn’t say that it was too cheap to cook meals with
I was not talking about just having an HRC 67 blade peeled off on water stones. Right had my hipster food cut up

I spoke of blade length and guidance.
And there you can recommend the Berndes chef’s knife, for example, Christmas for 4 euros a piece in a penny. The steel doesn’t take anything other than WMF, you have to grind both anyway, only polishing is a bit more intensive at Berndes.

So you have a usable blade geometry, a usable steel and a knife that regularly has to pull a few strokes on the stone.
But you can also use it to beat Julienne at a reasonable speed >
And who says what about "Had problems"!?
You don’t even get problems today if you don’t have electricity for 3 days.
Nevertheless, it is more beautiful.

You’re not a hipster because you use the right tools for your work.
Or is every private person who brings in a nail with a hammer already a hipster? A fist-sized field stone would have done it too.

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