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Knives and Cutlery

Cutlery is any item used in the preparation or eating of food in the western world—most of these items are usually referred to silverware, but increasingly, eating and serving utensils are not made of silver. Knives and cutlery are used in basically every single home in the United States, and by every person at some point or another—if not at every meal every single day. Americans have an intense and intimate relationship with their knives and cutlery, but they never really think of it in that way. Instead of thinking about it, people just use them, wash them, and after some time, chuck them out and replace them. But maybe it’s time to take a closer look at the knives and cutlery we use in our homes, our restaurants, our parties, our schools, our hotels, our luncheons, our showers, our weddings, our birthdays—in other words, our lives.

Many, many different countries manufacture, produce, brand, and sell cutlery. Some of it is very cheap, but as always, you get what you pay for, and these cheap brands do not last a long time. They can even rush if left in water for too long. They get worn out and rusty very easily, and while you might save on them in the short term, you will end up replacing them in the long term. Some of the highest quality knives and cutlery are very expensive, but that is because they last a very long time, they’re often beautifully designed, and they hold their edge and sharpness.

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