i'm a minimalist, in the most extreme sense.
240 wa gyuto, that's it.
but, i should mention i am doing no meat fabrication currently. occasionally fish for which i use my 180 deba.
i used to rock a 150 wa petty but i honestly only really liked it for meat fabrication.
sorry i didn't really read through this thread before posting.
i do keep other things in my roll, a small moleskine notebook, a sharpie, chopsticks (hell no to tweezers), a peeler, microplane, an offset spatula (small), toothbrush (fish), and joyce chen scissors.
I'm running a minimalist kit (for me) at work at the moment.
270 laser gyuto
How about accessories? What's in your roll?
Originally Posted by Dusty
I carry a small benriner(Japanese mandolin), couple of kunz spoons, fish spatula, thermapen, moribashi, wooden spoon, rosle tongs, kikon peelers, measuring spoons, bench knife, ph reader, micro plane, and prosciutto 'knife' just cause its cool and rare.
A carving fork that I use for plating and turning, a large pair of tweezers, a small crank handled palette knife, peeler, silky shears, an oyster knife, small ceramic hone, sharpie, highlighter, a couple of bandaids and a strip of painkillers.
Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan
That is literally everything, I'll have a stone or two stashed somewhere in the kitchen, but not in my roll or on my station.
Usually have four kunz spoons, two shovel tip spoons, two smaller spoons, a couple of small notebooks, a fish scaler, zester, wine key, fish shears, cake testers, and crappy plastic peelers. In the past I've carried different stuff for different jobs but this does me these days
240 beater gyuto
there are obviously other knives in the kit but i rarely ever use anything else.
true minimalist, two small knives, two big knives
Originally Posted by knyfeknerd
2 Kunz spoons