Serrated bread knives are used for a variety of tasks, not just for slicing bread. Whether you’re cutting loaves of French bread, a triple-layer cake, or a delicate vegetable — a good serrated knife shouldn’t be overlooked.

Recently, Cook’s Illustrated performed a test to find the best serrated knives. After putting numerous knives ranging in price through various tests such as the ability and ease to cut through bread, sandwiches, and tomatoes, Cook’s Illustrated found Mercer’s Millennia 10 inch wide bread knife to be the ace. Check out some of the exceptional qualities this knife possess:

  • Medium weight
  • Comfy handle
  • Thinner blade angle
  • Fewer, broader, deeper serrations
  • Made from the highest quality high carbon Japanese stainless steel
  • Non-staining
  • Resists rust, corrosion, and discoloration

Check out this knife at Gator Chef right here!

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One Response to Check out: Mercer’s 10″ bread knife, as featured in Cook’s Illustrated
  1. The serrated bread knife that you have shared through this blog looks so amazing and it is made up of high carbon Japanese steel and the blade of this knife is so sharp and is comfortable to handle and it is light weighted is popular now a days.


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