How do you know which paring knife to choose among the various styles available? And how do you use each one in a way that is safest for you and the knife blade?
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4 Paring Knives in video: traditional paring knife, bird’s beak paring knife, 4 inch paring knife, and santoku style paring knife.
We use paring knives to cut the top off of strawberries, radishes and other small fruits and veggies, to make garnishes or food designs, and to cut the peels from frozen bananas for our smoothies.
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