The Gyuto Box


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Gyuto Knife: The Gyuto (pronounced gee-you-tow) is the Japanese version of the classic Western-style chef’s knife. It is a true multi-purpose knife that can perform a wide range of tasks, it can be used with a variety of different cutting techniques and is suitable for cutting the vast majority of meats, fish, vegetables, and fruits. The pointed blade tip of the Gyuto is good for precision cuts or working in tight spaces. The relatively flat heel section of the blade is excellent for ‘rock chopping’ (A technique where the food is cut, chopped, or minced, by rocking the knife edge from tip to heel during the cut) and it is also tall enough to provide good surface contact with the knuckles when ‘tap chopping’ with the middle or tip of the blade. Finally, virtually any portion of the blade can be utilized to either ‘push cut’, or ‘pull cut’. The blade of the Japanese Gyuto is typically thinner and lighter than that of a Western-style chef’s knife, and the balance point of the Gyuto tends to be a little further forward towards the tip. The combination of these characteristics makes the Gyuto feel extremely agile and precise in use. 

 

8 Pack Knife Sharpening Whet Stones: The best type of knife is a sharp one. Although getting your knife professionally sharpened is an option, it requires planning a trip to the store or sending in your knives by mail. Put our 8 kit sharpening stones in your tool kit to allow you to hone and sharpen your knives regularly

Product Features

  • Chromium Corundum Whetstone, Coarse, 240 Grits (Green/Gray)
  • Chromium Corundum Whetstone, Coarse, 400 Grits (Red)
  • Silicon carbide Whetstone, Medium, 800 Grits (Dark Grey)
  • Silicon carbide Whetstone, Medium, 1500 Grits (Black)
  • Cubic Boron Nitride (CBN) Whetstone, Fine, 3000 Grits (Pink)
  • Natural White Whetstone, Fine, About 6000 Grits (White shiny)
  • Natural Green Whetstone, Superfine, About 8000 Grits (Green
  • Marble)
  • Natural White Agate Whetstone, Superfine, About 10000 Grits
  • (White, darker)

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