Miyabi knives – Sharpest knives in the world japanese knife
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In this video Sushi Chef: Davy Devaux shows you which knives he prefers to use when making sushi, his recommended Japanese knife for cutting sushi rolls is any Miyabi Knife, he considers Miyabi to make the best and sharpest knives in the world. In this video he explains the difference between various different knife types within the Miyabi collection:
Best knife to worst knife (davys opinion):
– Miyabi 7000MCD
– Miyabi 5000MCD
– Miyabi 7000D
– Miaybi 600S
Do consider when I say worst knife it absolutely does not mean that its bad, miyabi knives are still way harder knives then the competition.
He also shows just how extremely sharp the Miyabi knives are by cutting though sponges, paper and last but not least tomato’s.
Miyabi knives are basically the sharpest knives in the world, but at some point you will need to re-sharpen the knives again after using them allot, when that time comes please take a look at this video which shows you how to sharpen knives: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTKV5-ZSWcE
Also here is the link to get your own miyabi knife:
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