09 Jul

Consider a Ceramic Knife like Yoshi Blade

yoshi-blade-ceramic-knifeKitchen knives have been used in food prep for centuries.  Knives have been made from many materials such as: plastic, titanium, carbonite, and stainless steel.  In recent years, ceramic knives such as The Yoshi Blade have made their way into the fold, but how does the implementation of this material different from traditional cutlery?

The hardness of a ceramic knife seems to be a benefit that sets it apart from conventional cutlery.  Because ceramic is considered one of the hardest materials around, the sharpness of the blade can be maintained for longer periods of time.  The need for re-sharpening is greatly decreased which makes it more convenient for the user.

This hardness of a ceramic blade is also beneficial because it is chemically inert due to the closeness of the pores in the material.  The acids or other agents in food don’t seep into the material causing discoloration like in conventional knives.  Additionally, Ceramic is lighter than traditional materials making it easier to use for longer periods of time without rest.

Ceramic knives hold a multitude of benefits over traditional cutlery. The ease of use combined with its ability to stay sharp for longer periods of time makes ceramic knives an attractive option to consider when shopping for new cutlery.

05 Jun

Yoshi Blade

The Yoshi Blade is a ceramic knife designed to be long-lasting in the kitchen.  It has the ability to take the place most if not all of the knives in your kitchen.  With the Yoshi Blade, you can chop, slide and julienne vegetables.  You can also thin slice due to its Santoku design.  It can be a great help prepping meals at home just like chefs do in a restaurant kitchen.  Made from Zirconium Oxide (which is 40% harder than steel), its built to stay sharp and won’t rust or pit.