Not really a fundamentals book in the general sense, but Maximum Flavor By Kamozawa & Talbot is a pretty good entry into the new cuisine techniques.
Nope, didn't say anything like that at all. Just read again above.
In DD's case, I'm curious what he's after, as he already has several
I like the sound of an 1000 and a 6000 from JNS then?! Maybe I should drop Maksim a line?!
The tone of this forum is what keeps me here. There are exceptions to the rule, but not enough to drag this place down.
Luckily - I was
JNS has several stones in similar grit ranges. If you like softer stones, than the JNS 800 and JNS red aoto (synthetic) would probably be all you would