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TheDeliciousMeats t1_j0wr1lw wrote

This. I was a chef for years and if these can last in a commercial setting they're going to do just fine at home. They're great, and can go in the dishwasher.


xj_scuba t1_j0zfsmc wrote

For anyone reading this looking for a BIFL kitchen knife I HIGHLY recommend hand washing all your knives. The dish detergent is bad for them and if not loaded in the washer correctly the water pressure often knocks items into each other quickly dulling knives.

If you have the bandwidth hand wash all (sharp) knives and bamboo/wooden cutting boards.


Artesian t1_j1gshlt wrote

100% this. Engineer here. Putting anything other than ceramic, glass, metal, or very high temp silicones in the dishwasher is just ridiculously bad for your stuff / you. Plastic leaches, sharp blades dull. You’re poisoning yourself with micro plastics mainly. Any of those nylons or cheap PET/PETE/PETT variants are all prone to be mislabeled and even if they don’t melt they can leach.

Yes blades are metal but they’re sharp and handles often aren’t metal. Ergonomics yo. It takes seconds.

Hand. Wash. Please.