- Dimensiones del producto: 47,2 x 9,7 x 3 cm
- Número de modelo del producto: G-16
- ASIN: B00005OL4O
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 23 de julio de 2007
- Valoración media de los clientes: 1 opinión de cliente
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº207.432 en Hogar y cocina (Ver el Top 100 en Hogar y cocina)
Global M263908 - Cuchillo cocina g16
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- Cuchillo Global, acero inoxidable, 24 cm
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Cuchillo Global G-16 para cocinero. El cuchillo global g-16 es un cuchillo de uso universal en cocina; Sus utilidades don cortar carne, picar y trinchar. El cuchillo Global G-16 dispone de una longitud de hoja de 24cms y una longitud total de 37cms.
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That said, this knife has a place in my kitchen as the go-to knife for cutting up raw beef and chicken, all soft fruit and vegetables, herbs and such.
What I don't use this knife for is tough fibrous foods like raw potatoes - the knife feels too light weight and does not allow me to have the control over the knife that I would prefer - I reserve my Wusthof knife for those situations.
All in all, this is an excellent knife that fits in really well in our collection of knives that are chosen for a purpose - we have knives that excel at carving meat, at dicing veg, butchering beef, cutting tomatoes, ect ect. This can be your go-to knife for everything, but if you can only afford one knife, I would suggest an 8-inch chef's knife unless you are a very large person with huge hands.
This is unquestionably one of the best knives you can get in this price range.
This is my go-to knife for almost everything. It's excellent for chopping and slicing vegetables, herbs, greens, and meat.
Due to it's thin blade profile and edge, the G-16 is not particularly great for extremely thick or hard things like butternut squash or chicken bones. For those tasks I prefer a thicker knife with more heft to it, or a cleaver.
I have owned this knife for more than 3 years and have used it almost every day since I got it. I also own its little brother, the 8" G-2 Global G-2 - 8 inch, 20cm Chef's Knife, a great knife as well. I use the 10" G-16 much more often than the 8" G-2. I could do without the 8" knife, but not without this knife.
If you are not a professional chef, this may be the last chef's knife you will ever need to buy. Sure you will need some smaller knives for specific purposes, but this knife will handle almost any job and with proper care the edge will stay razor sharp.
This knife will brunoise an onion perfectly with ease, make quick work of a whole bundle of herbs such as parsley or rosemary, cut through large carrots like butter, and finely slice a tomato or anything else with precision.
Take good care of your Global knives and they will last a lifetime.
This knife is very big, at least for me being a total novice home cook. It's also pretty darn heavy, and I'm not a small guy. That's a great thing ultimately, but at first I found it awkward to handle. After a few months I got used to it, and I don't think I'd trade this knife in for any other. Still, considering a shorter variant might not be a bad idea, especially if you're on the smaller side.
It's still with me today, and still looks pretty much new. I do need to get it resharpened, but it's had the factory edge this whole time. I hone it every time I cook with a fine hone, which has done a remarkable job keeping the edge sharp.
I was a Henckels fan, but am now fully converted.