Kitchen Tips Tuesday: Slicing Soft Produce

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No matter how sharp my knife is, I can’t seem to slice a ripe, juicy tomato without macerating it. Unless, of course, I use a serrated knife.

A serrated or jagged edged knife, often referred to as a bread knife is the perfect tool to get a clean, precise cut on soft produce, such as tomatoes, figs, or grapes.

Simply choosing the right tool for the job makes the work so much easier!

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