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    Sorry it's taken me so long to get back to my own...

    Sorry it's taken me so long to get back to my own thread but my wife had our second child (A little girl) on Saturday so I've been a little busy.
    Thanks for all the info on what must seem like a...
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    Destoning avocados - How do you do it?

    I found out last week that a friend of ours cut her hand really badly while destoning avovados for guacamole. She severed a nerve and an artery, bled really badly, got to hospital and got patched up....
  3. I was round at the Mother In Law's today and in...

    I was round at the Mother In Law's today and in the knife block full of Globals (Which I left there as a thank you for letting us stay there while we were between houses recently), there is a Tojiro...
  4. Thread: Youtube AWESOME!

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    I'm so glad I checked this thread out again. That...

    I'm so glad I checked this thread out again. That guy making the candyfloss in indeed AWESOME!
    Youtube at it's finest.
  5. Thanks for explaining your choices. It all makes...

    Thanks for explaining your choices. It all makes perfect sense. I don't think I would go for a 210 petty though as I already have a slicing knife and I think I would prefer a 150 or possibly even a...
  6. I had always thought that a nakiri would be the...

    I had always thought that a nakiri would be the perfect partner for a cleaver but I don't think it's what most cleaver users end up with. As with most things, I have gone down the road less traveled...
  7. Looking for a Wife Knife and a Cleaver Comrade.

    Hello all. I think the title sums it up fairly well. Like many here, I have always liked sharp shiny things, but I never really liked using a chefs knife. I personally think that the rock chop motion...
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    Of course I'm in. I'll take some pics of my new...

    Of course I'm in. I'll take some pics of my new parer tomorrow and edit this post with them. Thanks Del.
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    Is this, Professional Chef Level 2...

    Is this, Professional Chef Level 2 a new edition of the same book? I'm not sure because it says Level 2 Diploma, whereas the one you linked to says Level 2 S/NVQ.
    Also, why do you recommend the...
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    Whoooaaaa! I know you guys know your stuff, but I...

    Whoooaaaa! I know you guys know your stuff, but I never expected as much input as this after 24hrs! Thanks everyone.
    Some great suggestions, and I will check them all out.
    All of the posts are...
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    Learning to cook: Where to start?

    I have recently bought a new house and have been living with the in laws for a few months since we sold our old house.
    So I am looking forward to getting into our new kitchen to cook some food and...
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    Put me down for one in AEB-L please. Not decided...

    Put me down for one in AEB-L please. Not decided on style or handle material yet. Will decide tonight, and clear it with the wife and paypal the funds tomorrow.
    Cheers.
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    The OP in this thread was looking for a one stone...

    The OP in this thread was looking for a one stone setup, but a lot of the suggestions were for 2 stone setups....
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    Sorry to be a pedant but I just can't walk away....

    Sorry to be a pedant but I just can't walk away.
    Titanium is not a steel at all. It contains no Iron. It is a completely different element.
    Titanium is not non-metallic (It is a metal) but is non...
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    It's taken a while for me to get around to...

    It's taken a while for me to get around to writing anything on here with everything going on at the minute. 1st baby was due 12 days ago and we have just sold our house, but I am here now.
    Firstly I...
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    I received the knife on Friday. Really loving it...

    I received the knife on Friday. Really loving it so far!
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    I reckon I can't do much harm with a strop. That...

    I reckon I can't do much harm with a strop. That would be great. Cheers.
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    I'm getting all giddy, like a little schoolgirl!...

    I'm getting all giddy, like a little schoolgirl!
    I'm not that great at sharpening yet, so if it needs sharpening, could you do it before you send it to me please TB_London?
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    Whoaaa there. Has the knife started out on it's...

    Whoaaa there. Has the knife started out on it's journey now?
    I need to get my endgrain board ordered sharpish then!
    Looking forward to this.
  20. Thread: Coticule?

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    Not really. A pic of the side would help, but it...

    Not really. A pic of the side would help, but it doesn't look like any coticule I've ever seen.
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    I'll be watching!

    I'll be watching!
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    Might be different in the US (Most things are),...

    Might be different in the US (Most things are), but in the UK domestic kitchen units are 910mm high in order to accommodate standard 900mm high white goods (dishwashers, fridge, washer etc),...
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    You're the best! Looking forward to it. PM sent...

    You're the best! Looking forward to it. PM sent with info.
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    A late arrival I know, but is there any chance of...

    A late arrival I know, but is there any chance of getting in on this? I live in Manchester UK, and am still learning to sharpen so I would not dare touch your knife on the stones!
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    I have recently started eating paleo (Jan this...

    I have recently started eating paleo (Jan this year), and even more recently joined this forum so I don't know as that much about knives yet, but I have to agree with Justin here. I pretty much only...
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