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  1. I do horizontal, then vertical. I love doing the...

    I do horizontal, then vertical. I love doing the horizontal cuts - makes me feel very pro :) (I'm a home cook)

    I also refrigerate my onions - no tears that way

    Cheers,

    J
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    Wha.. Single bevel? My Shig Santoku is a 165. ...

    Wha.. Single bevel?

    My Shig Santoku is a 165. It's like having a sharp index finger that cuts food like a laser :)

    Nice one, Schanop :thumbsup:
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    Errr :jawdrop: Very nice! Almost as nice as...

    Errr :jawdrop:

    Very nice!

    Almost as nice as my Shig Ku Santoku ;)

    :justkidding: I am jealous
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    That looks truly amazing. Excellent work!...

    That looks truly amazing. Excellent work! :thumbsup:

    Cheers

    J
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    Mate, just get some Ranex from Bunnings and dab a...

    Mate, just get some Ranex from Bunnings and dab a bit on the actual rust spots with a cotton bud. It will neutralise the rust and just turn it black.

    Cheers,

    J
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    As a customer, fortunately without allergies, I...

    As a customer, fortunately without allergies, I have to relate my experience of a fellow patron who had a terrible allergic reaction, cause a massive commotion that ruined our very expensive and...
  7. Thread: stone brands

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    Rami, I also second (third?) Rick's advice. ...

    Rami,

    I also second (third?) Rick's advice. Another option is Tools from Japan, owned by a fellow Aussie :thumbsup: His prices on the popular Bester 1200, Rika 5000 combo, not to mention Atoma...
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    I think these two sentences show a very clear...

    I think these two sentences show a very clear understanding of self knowledge, and one's place in a community of people coexisting with each other. These sentiments can be applied to pretty much all...
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    Thanks Neal :). Kato is still yet to be used in...

    Thanks Neal :). Kato is still yet to be used in anger, as I work on my sharpening skills :O

    Meanwhile, a little amateur woodwork is a nice outlet for those creative tendencies :doublethumbsup:
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    Honestly, I really like both the Cocobolo with...

    Honestly, I really like both the Cocobolo with the yellow spacer, and the last Gidgee with the dark brown/black spacer.

    These handles look very classy and unique with the ferrule and handle...
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    Mate, you are so in the right place! Cheers, ...

    Mate, you are so in the right place!

    Cheers,

    J
  12. European kitchen knives - recommendations needed

    Hi All,

    I'm making a trip to Europe, visiting Paris, Budapest, Vienna and Prague in a few weeks, and I have an idea to get an example of a chef's knife from each destination as a memento (yeah I'm...
  13. Well I think it's just spectacular!! Well done...

    Well I think it's just spectacular!! Well done :doublethumbsup:

    Cheers,

    J
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    Cheers, Mate! :thumbsup:

    Cheers, Mate! :thumbsup:
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    :O gee, Fran. Thanks for the compliment. It's...

    :O gee, Fran. Thanks for the compliment. It's really a pretty basic design. Surely someone local could make one?

    J
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    Ta-da :) ...

    Ta-da :)

    https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-aFqyUMvQw4w/UyAejgAVYGI/AAAAAAAAAFc/n0drdfOnMl8/w416-h554-no/photo-4.JPG

    Only the "good" knives mounted. A couple of spaces for new additions (one is...
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    It's all in oak (dowels too, though I nearly used...

    It's all in oak (dowels too, though I nearly used chop sticks:) - I assume it's local, so probably Tasmanian oak.

    J
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    Just knives :biggrin: It's really not that big...

    Just knives :biggrin:

    It's really not that big - only 24cm wide and 60cm tall. Just right :)
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    Thank you! :thumbsup:

    Thank you! :thumbsup:
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    Just waiting for mineral oil to dry .... Also...

    Just waiting for mineral oil to dry ....

    Also need space on kitchen bench to actually place it! Err, oh well ... :)

    Pics SOON!

    Cheers,

    J
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    Japanese knife rack

    Jon was selling a few of these a while ago, but the biggest only held 6 knives :(

    I just finished making this one to hold 10 :) It's already 2 feet tall so I had to stop there really need...
  22. One foot in the rabbit hole ... :) Run away I...

    One foot in the rabbit hole ... :)

    Run away I tell you, run away :running:

    Nah, forget it mate. It's too late, anyway. May as well just pull up a chair and enjoy the ride:D

    Welcome!

    J
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    I am so in! Best of luck for the show, Del! ...

    I am so in!

    Best of luck for the show, Del!

    Cheers,

    J
  24. Thread: Line knife

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    Del, If I may, the Santoku is less obviously...

    Del,

    If I may, the Santoku is less obviously an Ealy design.

    The way the choil drops to the edge from the handle is an identifier of your knives. On the Santoku a shallower (less abrupt)...
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    (Cough) you are correct :doublethumbsup: Maxim...

    (Cough) you are correct :doublethumbsup:

    Maxim had it ... Now I do :biggrin:

    Will find pics and repost.

    Cheers,

    J
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