I took my three dullest blades to the knife sharpener at my local farmer’s market last week. For $14, he sharpened them while I shopped and filled my basket full of grass-fed meat, local honey and local organic produce. I remember my dad sharpening our kitchen knives when I was a kid and he would test how sharp they were by splitting the hairs on his arm. These three knives are that sharp now. And, I can’t believe what a difference it has made in my kitchen! For starters, sharp knives are safe knives. This is because a sharp knife doesn’t catch and then give on food, so you have much more control. Also, wounds from sharp knives heal much more quickly and evenly than wounds from dull knives (speaking from extensive experience here). It’s also so much faster to slice and chop and it has really increased my efficiency in the kitchen. I plan to bring in the rest of my knives this week. If your knives are anywhere near as dull as mine were (and if your knife sharpening skills anywhere near as lacking!), treat yourself and have your blades professionally sharpened. You will be glad you did!
Foundations of Health Workshop – February 14-17, 2020 in San Jose, CA
Are you interested in a weekend of relaxation and learning? Join Dr. Sarah Ballantyne in 2020 for the Foundations of Health Workshop, once again at the serene and beautiful 1440 Multiversity. The 3-day workshop will run from the evening of Friday, February 14th until lunchtime on Monday, February 17th.