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Sorry I guess they don't have that knife anymore. I guess I should have said I saw these in The Swiss Alps and Bernese Oberland. I can't seem to find where to buy one and could barely find any images. Mine is very rustic with no markings or name. Likely just locally made in the village I was in. Here are some more images one of which is traditional and the others more modern.
I worked for Marathon Cheese in WI for a bit. It's the worlds largest cheese processing facility and we would use wire. Cheese typically came in 540# blocks and wire with a dowel on each end worked best. This same method of cutting works well on wheels and small blocks.
Post subject: Re: Cheese Knife
Posted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 2:48 am
Joined: Sun Jan 06, 2013 11:33 am Posts: 17
Thanks for the pics. That is sure a specialty knife, if you can call it a knife. Looks like it would do the job.
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