Paring and Peeling Knives

While similar in size, a paring knife and peeling knife are slightly different in form and function. A paring knife has a plain edge blade that's good for peeling and doing other intricate tasks such as de-veining prawns, removing seeds, or preparing garnishes. Paring knives are designed to be an all-purpose knife, like a smaller version of a chef's knife. On the other hand, a peeling knife has a pointed tip that curves downwards, which is why it's sometimes referred to as a bird's beak knife. Peeling knives are like paring knives but more specialised - they're great for cutting decorative garnishes, slicing soft fruits, and removing skins and blemishes.

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