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Bread knives

56 items total
Bread knife 1905 21 cm, F.Dick
117 €
FDCK8193921
Bread knife 21 cm, wood, Victorinox
77,90 €
VN5163021G
Bread knife BAMBOO 20 cm, Samura
35,49 €
SMRSNBNCH
Bread knife BRUTE 20,5 cm, Forged
68 €
FORGEDSDV304075
Bread knife CLASSIC 20 cm, Wüsthof
114 €
WU4149
Bread knife CLASSIC 23 cm, Wüsthof
106,90 €
WU4150
Bread knife CLASSIC IKON 20 cm, cream, Wüsthof WU4166020
Bread knife CLASSIC IKON 23 cm, Wüsthof WU416623
Bread knife CLASSIC IKON CREME 23 cm, Wüsthof WU1030431123
Bread knife CLASSIC LINE, WMF
38,90 €
WM1874616030
Bread knife CLASSIC WHITE 23 cm, Wüsthof WU1040201123
Bread knife DAMASCUS 20 cm, Samura
136 €
SMRSNDNCH
Bread knife DIPLOME 23 cm, Zwilling
210 €
ZW54206241
Bread knife ELEVATE 10533 20 cm, Joseph Joseph JS10533
Bread Knife FIBRE CARBON 2 26 cm, de Buyer DB428626
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Bread knife - a knife for every kitchen

What makes a knife a bread knife?

A bread knife is a long knife with a serrated blade. It’s usually quite flexible and delicate enough to keep the bread intact while still slicing it. The serrated blade allows you to cut soft bread and go through its crust with no jagged edges and without crushing and flattening the loaf. This type of knife is one of the three essential knives for every kitchen – please see our ultimate guide on buying a knife here.

In Kulina you will find quality stainless steel bread knives manufactured by reliable brands such as Wusthof, Zwilling or WMF. You can also choose forged bread knives by Dutch brand Forged or check our best-sellling bread knives here.

What is a bread knife used for?

A bread knife is very versatile and it may be used not only for slicing bread. Thanks to its serrated blade it’s perfect for cutting through both soft cakes (sponge) and dense cakes (pound cakes), all fruit and vegetables with hard skin – tomatoes, pineapples, pumpkin, watermelon, etc.

How to sharpen a bread knife?

A knife bread should be sharpened but it doesn’t need to be sharpened as often as a chef’s knife. There is no such thing as an automatic serrated knife sharpener so you need to do it manually. To sharpen a knife with a serrated blade you will need a ceramic or steel honing rod. Take your bread knife, lay it down on the rod and move it up and down a few times. You need to do this teeth by teeth all the way down the knife, gently passing the rod through each serration. You can also take your knife to a specialist.

How to take care of your bread knife?

If you want your bread knife to last for ages, make sure you follow these simple rules for cleaning and storing your knives:

  • knives are often dishwasher-safe but we recommend you clean your knife by hand as dishwasher detergents can damage the surface of a steel blade
  • if a knife has a wooden handle, do not put it in the dishwasher
  • to prevent wooden handles from becoming dry, regularly oil them with linseed oil or beeswax
  • store your knife separately so that the blades do not get dull. Use a knife block or a knife case
  • sharpen your knife regularly