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The secret ingredient

Some people have a knack for cooking. The rest of us need a little help. With clever tools that make it easier to do two (or five) things at once. Durable tools that make it more fun to master a new recipe – even if it takes a few tries. And ways to store and save food so that we can be a little less wasteful.

IKEA 365+ for your ever-changing everyday cooking
Close-up of a person chopping parsley with a stainless steel knife.
Grooves in the handle give a firm, secure grip and make chopping and slicing easy and fun. Let a good knife inspire you to try some new recipes.
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IKEA 365+ Cook's knife KD 3.900
A stainless steel vegetable knife on a wooden chopping board together with red tomatoes.
The quality must be high for the knife to awaken the appetite and withstand everyday use for many years. That’s why it’s made in one single piece of stainless steel and has a timeless design that you never tire of.
IKEA 365+ Vegetable knife KD 4.500
Close-up of a person peeling an apple with a stainless steel paring knife.
Whether it’s tomatoes or apples on the chopping board, there’s an IKEA 365+ specialist to fit your needs: cook’s knife, bread knife, vegetable knife, paring knife and utility knife.
IKEA 365+ Paring knife KD 3.500
9 tasty ideas for cooking, serving and storing food
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