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An overview of the anatomy of a butcher’s knife

An overview of the anatomy of a butcher’s knife

For one of the oldest tools known to man, the modern knife has a surprising level of complexity to its construction. Getting the best results from your knife is all about knowing how to use it properly, and to do that, you’ve got to have a good understanding of its...

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Our comprehensive guide to boning knives for butchery

Our comprehensive guide to boning knives for butchery

If you’re a professional butcher, you may well have already heard the question: ‘do you actually need a boning knife?’ Obviously, it’s not a question with a universal answer – it really depends on the quantities and types of meat you’re handling on a day to day basis. Essential or...

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Do you really need chainmail gloves for butchery?

Do you really need chainmail gloves for butchery?

In many ways, modern chainmail gloves are surprisingly similar to their historical counterparts. Knights in the Middle Ages used them to protect themselves from punctures as slicing wounds, just as modern butchers use them to shield their hands from similar hazards – but accidental ones, this time! For some, butcher’s...

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Stay at the cutting edge with the 5 best butcher’s knives

Stay at the cutting edge with the 5 best butcher’s knives

If you want to get the task done quickly, effectively and efficiently, it’s vital to have the right tool on hand for the job. That’s a great rule of thumb for almost any hands-on industry, but it’s especially true for butchery as well. To make sure you’re prepared for every situation, we’ve...

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Quick guide to buying the best butcher’s bandsaws

Quick guide to buying the best butcher’s bandsaws

For centuries, butchers have always used their trusty butcher’s knives to prepare meat for cooking. Today though, the invention of the butcher’s bandsaws enables us to save countless hours and considerable effort when processing meat. If you’ve already started to shop for butcher’s bandsaws online, you’ll know that there’s no...

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Cut down on waste with seam butchery

Cut down on waste with seam butchery

Butchers all over the world each have their own preferred techniques for cutting meat. Often, it depends on the exact nature of their job – whether they’re cutting meat to be sold directly to the public, or whether they’re working in-house at a restaurant or other establishment, for example. Hi-tech...

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5 essential knife skills every butcher should know

5 essential knife skills every butcher should know

To the untrained observer, cutting meat is one of those skills that seems so simple that anyone could do it. But then, that’s the beauty of it – all the very best butchers are those can make the task look truly effortless, and the first step to achieving that is...

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A butcher’s guide to different pork cuts

A butcher’s guide to different pork cuts

We’ve been farming pigs for almost all of recorded human history, which is plenty of time for humans to understand every available part of a pig. Today, professional butchers are masters at identifying all the various cuts of pork, while chefs know exactly how to use them to create amazing...

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How to maintain your fridge and store food

If you regularly stock your fridge with leftovers, fresh fruit, meat and vegetables you will already know that keeping on top of your fridge content can be difficult. However, keeping on top of your fridge and knowing what you can save and what should be thrown away can be simple...

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Cooking delicious food 4th July style

In America thousands of people will be preparing spectacular dishes to serve for the 4th July celebrations. There are plenty of tasty recipes that are cooked in America during the 4th July that are delicious and can be made in the UK during the summer. These are two American style...

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