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The Mercer Culinary Millennia 10” bread knife.
As tested by America’s test kitchen, and I can confirm this is an amazingly awesome bread knife for the price! I love it so much, it has replaced a much more expensive henckels knife that I previously used.
Check this out: Mercer Culinary M23210 Millennia 10-Inch Wide Wavy Edge Bread Knife
From that picture, it just looks like your basic mercer/sysco bread knife. [link]
Correct me if I'm wrong but most serrated knives are single bevel. I think there's only a few double bevel serrated knives.. I think by wusthof or zwilling or henckels. Can't remember
Just get a serrated deli knife, aka bread or sandwich knife.
Purists will insist on a chef knife made of the finest steel, but the reality is that you'll find these workhorses in just about any deli or sandwich shop you walk into, because they'll cut anything, are stupid-easy to use, and last forever.
Victorinox Fibrox handle knives are great for the money. However, I love this bread knife. [link]
I agree. I also have a Wusthoff bread knife which is fine, but this one actually does a better job at cleanly getting through crusty sourdough than my Wusthoff ever did.
This is what I use. It works well.
Americas Test Kitchen recommends this and I love it. [link]