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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyK6i9c7UsU I...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyK6i9c7UsU

    I read a comparison of Guy Fieri to Krusty the Clown, which I think is perfect.
  2. I like using a pastry scaper to crush garlic and...

    I like using a pastry scaper to crush garlic and move food once it's been cut. A lot of people use their knife this way, but I don't like scraping the edge, which can be problematic with some hard,...
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpeyhC-UIFg

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpeyhC-UIFg
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    I don't subscribe to the notion that all art is...

    I don't subscribe to the notion that all art is subjective.

    Good luck to her, I think she might find success making full cheese sets if she sets her prices more realistically.
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    These look like she is learning how to make...

    These look like she is learning how to make knives yet trying to sell her practice pieces at full price.

    Check out the pins on the obverse side of the chef's knife:...
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    I really enjoy orange tomatoes. KBX, Kellogg's...

    I really enjoy orange tomatoes. KBX, Kellogg's Breakfast, and Persimmon grow well for me and taste great. It's hard to make recommendations because different varieties will peform differently in your...
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    I've read nail lacquer can be used, but I've no...

    I've read nail lacquer can be used, but I've no experience with it.
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    Thanks Dave, your time and effort to document the...

    Thanks Dave, your time and effort to document the process is greatly appreciated! This is just what I need, going to be doing something similar.

    Have you tried doing something to prevent the welds...
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    Not at that price for that knife. I haven't read...

    Not at that price for that knife. I haven't read the articles that made Kramer blow up, but I figure those bidders are paying for the mystique, whether it's for performance or whatever else.
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    What is it that makes his knives such high brow...

    What is it that makes his knives such high brow artistic creations compared to a number of other custom kitchen knife makers that arguably make better knives from both a functional and aesthetic...
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    I think that's understandable...if I was allergic...

    I think that's understandable...if I was allergic to ribeye steak, I don't know that I would stop eating it. Maybe dairy's not your thing, but I can see it having that kind of appeal to some people.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5T8Gxk7vbec

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5T8Gxk7vbec
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    Sticky: Would you mind sharing your technique for...

    Would you mind sharing your technique for squaring the rear (and front) of the bolster? Do you do it by eye or do you use a guide?
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    Blazen and Miyabi. Also a variety of ZDP-189...

    Blazen and Miyabi. Also a variety of ZDP-189 knives (Sanetsu, Henckels Twin Cermax).
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    Any left?
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    I would definitely visit that. I was torn between...

    I would definitely visit that. I was torn between this stuff and silky oak.
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    Sticky: I don't think it's dimpled as a specific step....

    I don't think it's dimpled as a specific step. When forging layers of steel together they will not be perfectly straight, then when you remove material on a bias the pattern is accentuated.
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    You'd need two elephants, and then it's just...

    You'd need two elephants, and then it's just matter of time.
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    Congratulations and good luck! Must be exciting!...

    Congratulations and good luck! Must be exciting! I bet you could make it in NYC too.
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    Theoretically that makes sense, as you would think a higher heat would result in softer temper, but that's not what happens (or it does happen but the other resulting edge damage leads to cracks and...
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    That's probably due to the edge being overheated during machine sharpening at the factory.
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    Is this like what you are looking for? ...

    Is this like what you are looking for?

    http://ontarioknife.com/cutlery/old-hickory/76-7-cleaver-detail.html

    http://www.knifecenter.com/item/OH767/Old-Hickory-Cleaver-7-inch-Blade

    Are you...
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    Whole milk is still reduced to only 3% fat or so....

    Whole milk is still reduced to only 3% fat or so.

    The food co-op here sells some dank raw milk. I switch between drinking milk or kefir.
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    I really like this one, consummate pro of the...

    I really like this one, consummate pro of the omelette:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57afEWn-QDg
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    Get a sander and refinish it. Or I'll take it off...

    Get a sander and refinish it. Or I'll take it off your hands if it's getting retired anyway.

    I don't know what you mean by biohazard, but unless it's completely deformed there's no reason you...
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