1. A tomato knife that’s specialty is dicing into our favorite red vegetable.
2. A thin filleting knife with a flexible blade to make cutting slippery fish hassle free.
3. A multi-talented butcher knife you can use to cut large pieces of meat or chop up vegetables.
4. An offset knife that is ideal for slicing into small vegetables and fruits that have tough skin.
5. A boning knife — with a semi-flexible blade — that'll take the stress out of separating raw meat from the bone.
6. A stainless-steel paring knife to make sure you slice your veggies and fruits without squashing them.
7. A limitless chef’s knife for a kitchen tool that is made to slice, dice, chop, and mince fruits, vegetables, meats, and fish.
8. A small peeling knife to cut the skin off and clean vegetables and fruits.
9. A serrated slicer for cutting bread loaves and larger vegetables and fruits.
10. An oyster knife with a soft handle that'll make cracking open the deep-sea treat beyond easy.
11. A devein knife to remove the large vein that runs down a shrimp's back and scrape off the shell.
12. A granton edge knife — which is equipped with grooves that keep meat from sticking to the knife's edge.
13. A French knife, which will give you limitless slicing and chopping options no matter your cooking task.
14. A cimeter knife with a blade that curves upward, making it great for trimming and cutting steaks.
15. A clam knife with a sharp, sturdy blade that’ll get into clamshells in a cinch.
16. A tiny tournée knife with a curved blade made to trim vegetables into oblong-shaped pieces.
17. A rectangular-bladed cleaver for chopping meat and even slicing through bone.
18. And finally, a food saw that will cut through frozen meat like a boss.
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