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Skid Wooden Chef’s Knife

The most sustainable kitchen knife on the market (Photo: Lignum)
The most sustainable kitchen knife on the market

The Skid ($97) is made from 97 percent Robinia wood, which requires 32 times less energy to produce than a full steel model. Tannin, a natural antimicrobial found in Robinia wood, keeps the knife bug-free, which means you never have to wash the knife with soap or put it in the dishwasher. The hand-sharpened carbon steel blade was forged in Germany. 

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