IMARKU boning knife kitchen appliance is a solution for cutting and separating meat from bones most efficiently and neatly. Have you ever wondered how professionals maintain meat neatness after separating it from bones? Do you dislike handling meat with bones because of how your knife only rips the meat from the bone rather than slicing it? Among the dangerous accidents that happen in the kitchen is one in which a knife is involved. Safety in the kitchen by using the right appliances is key. How safe are you when using your knife to separate meat from bones? Nevertheless, everybody desires their food to appear neat, juicy, and tasty. How can you achieve these objectives while separating meat from bones? It is easily achievable with a boning knife kitchen appliance from IMARKU.
Why A Boning Knife Kitchen Appliance
When it comes to slicing meat from bones when preparing your meal, a boning knife is perfect for this purpose just as its name suggests. A boning knife is designed with a lengthy, slim, and flexible blade that makes it easy to pierce through meat easily and safely. This design of a blade is fit for the purpose of a boning knife for it separates raw meat from the bone by cutting through the ligaments and the tissues connecting meat and bone easily and successfully to achieve the neatness you need.
A boning knife also secures you from accidents that are likely to occur in the kitchen in the process you are slicing meat from the bone. The sharp blade of a boning knife is what you need for slicing meat rather than using your normal blunt knife which will require too much pressure to be applied on and then hurt you when it slips in some way. The material used for making a boning knife handle takes the shape of your hand. Therefore, the chances of the knife slipping from your hands and causing accidents are almost null.
Why A Boning Knife Is Different from A Filleting Knife
It is normal if you get confused between a boning knife and a filleting knife. The latter one is a type of the other. However, there are differences between the two. They are:
- A filleting knife has a higher maximum length of 9 inches while a boning knife has a maximum length of 7 inches.
- Fillet knives are extra thin and are used on fish while boning knives are used for both fish and meat.
- Fillet knife has an upward-curving blade while boning knives are straight-bladed.
Guide For Choosing Your Boning Knife
There are various options of boning knives you can choose from. But before choosing any boning knife, ask yourself “What job do you need it for?” Answering this question then putting into consideration the type of meat that you are going to handle, is a guide in itself towards choosing a boning knife that best suits your needs. When choosing a boning knife, consider certain factors as; the design of the blade, the size of the knife, and the handle. These are the general criteria you need to be based on while choosing your boning knife.