One of the most common tasks for me is cheese slicing.
I have tried all manner of super sharp knives and none of them seem much good at cheese slicing because the cheese just sticks to the blade. The normal cheese knife you see has some weird set of holes etc to stop cheese sticking, the other alternative is a cheese wire, thats not a good option because it takes up to much space.
So I want to reinvent the cheese knife, what concepts can we come up with ?
My initial thought's are a very rigid but sharp very shallow blade, almost like a rigid boning/filliet knife, another idea would be dest described as a cheese junior hacksaw to give a very thin shallow blade ridigity.
Thoughts or ideas for discussion ?
At the end of the day if we can come up with something uinique and effective I would like to commission the knife and try it for real.