Boning knife is specifically designed to separate the meat from the bones. It is lighter and thinner.
Origin of Boning Knife
Many people said the boning knife comes from Japan. However, it is been developed and marketed in Europe.
Boning Knife ≠ Fillet Knife
If you are confused about boning knife and fillet knife, here are the differences you can check.
1).The blade of boning knife is between 5 and 7 inches, and fillet knife's one falls between 5 and 9 inches.
2).Fillet Knives are designed for use exclusively on fish so with the thinner blade, while boning knives can be used for both fish and meat.
3).The blades of fillet knives are curve upward while the blades of boning knives are usually straight.
Our tip: For safety reasons, you'd better use a boning knife with boning gloves, to protect your hands from cuts.
You may heard about the "Butterflying". It is a special technique to slice the meat precisely in the middle, leaving the two parts connected at the bottom. With a sharp boning knife, your work should be done cleanly and smoothly.
How to Buy a Good Boning Knife
Sharp is the most important thing to consider when buying a nice boning knife. And another thing to consider is the material.
At IMARKU, the boning knife blades are made out of 56+ HRC stainless steel also with special process. It is extra sharp and corrosion resistant. So it will be your best choice if you are looking for boning knife now.
We hope you enjoy checking our range of boning knife and otherknives.