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ZX Kitchen Knives

A few years ago, someone turned me onto ceramic knives as a better way to cut tomatoes. I haven’t looked back. I still prefer my Wüsthof chef’s knife and my Robert Welch utility knife for most of my chopping, slicing and dicing. But I’m a full-on ceramic convert when it comes to certain ingredients; besides tomatoes, I go ceramic when slicing eggplant, hard-boiled eggs and other soft-on-the-inside stuff. 

Until now, the only hangup I had about ceramic was that the knives tended to look a lot less impressive than a steel blade. ZX Kitchen rectifies this with black ceramic that looks as sleek as the blade is sharp. The knives come in a variety of sizes, from chef’s knife to paring, and the company even makes a set of steak knives out of the always-sharp ceramic. 

ZX Kitchen knives are available in various sets.

The knives come with a red blade guard to keep it sharp — and to keep you from slicing yourself.

See that! We’ve been using the knives ourselves, and they’re slicing through our veggies with ease.

Ceramic knife sets starting at $50 (for Precision Set, shown above).

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