A Proverbs Wife

**HIGHLY RECOMMENDED** Ginsu 2-Piece Stainless Steel Santoku Knife Set ONLY $12 — (Was $27)

I want to share a quick unsponsored review with you guys about the importance of investing in good stuff.

I have used any old knife that I had for years. I can’t even tell you where the knives had come from since I had never purchased any in the 10 years I’d been a wife. What we had was what came with the marriage.

When I really got into frugal homemaking I would buy whole chickens which were less expensive than the premium boneless skinless chicken breasts. Have you ever tried cutting a whole chicken with a sub-par cutting knife?

Then you know it’s torture on the hands and wrists.

It wasn’t until last year that I bit the bullet and ordered this Ginsu 2-Piece Stainless Steel Santoku Knife Set a few months ago and my eyes were opened. These knives are so sharp that it will cut meat by just rubbing the blade across it slightly. It cuts through chicken bone in one swipe. I mean…I feel like a butcher in my kitchen now-a-days.

If you are looking for a great set of knives or have never invested in a good set, I highly recommend the Ginsu knives. You can grab two ( I have them both) Ginsu knives for just $12 — down from $27. You will love theses knives. Be sure to check out the reviews on Amazon which are excellent.

(Thanks, The Thrifty Couple)


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9 thoughts on “**HIGHLY RECOMMENDED** Ginsu 2-Piece Stainless Steel Santoku Knife Set ONLY $12 — (Was $27)

  1. Jacqui Baptiste says:

    I wash and dry mines immediately also. 🙂 Where did you get your knife sharpener from??


  2. Jacqui Baptiste says:

    I love, love, love these knives. I order them last week and saved them for my Thanksgiving Day prep. They made my life so much easier today. My yams were huge and these knives sliced through them without any problems. I have one questions, How do you store them???


    The Proverbs Wife Reply:

    @Jacqui Baptiste,

    I have this set and another Jacqui, the other came with a knife holder which makes storing easy. These however, I wash, dry and store in my draw with the other knives.

    The key is drying them after washing.

    The notes on the box also said the get them professionally sharpened about once a year.

    I’m sure your could do it yourself though. I run mine across my sharpener about once a month.


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