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Plagued by insomnia during my pregnancy, I started watching the Food Network as a way to kill time during the witching hour. During that time period, one of the shows I watched was Ming Tsai’s. Though I never got into Chinese cooking, the ceramic knives he used impressed me. He was such a proponent of them that I eventually bought one, then another and finally another.
Ceramic knives are perfect for me because they’re lightweight and extremely sharp-so sharp they can be used to slice tomatoes. They rarely need to be sharpened, and Kyocera, the manufacturer, offers lifetime sharpening for a nominal price. I’ve always believed good tools making cooking easier and more enjoyable, and ceramic knives are definitely good tools!
As always, I receive no compensation for this endorsement.