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    Theres a vietnamese tool for that purpose called...

    Theres a vietnamese tool for that purpose called a cai bao. nice since you can actually remove the guard to sharpen the blade. I know one of the asian markets near me carries them, but I'm sure you...
  2. Thread: Scrap's metal

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    Scrap's metal

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    Awesome, the directions are much appreciated, and...

    Awesome, the directions are much appreciated, and it seems those just so happen to be in my whimsy buy price range. may have to check out this series for some ideas, I've been wanting to learn more...
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    Awesome post, I'd actually been curious for a...

    Awesome post, I'd actually been curious for a while as to what was traditionally used in Korea but could never find anything. Any one have any idea if someone out there is still producing something...
  5. Thread: Unicorn Knife

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    On a related note, this is going to be an...

    On a related note, this is going to be an expensive knife, what type of knife would serve the dual purpose of butchery and finer prep to avoid needing 2 custom made silver unicorn knives?



    Also...
  6. Thread: Unicorn Knife

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    I feel like for unicorns a steel knife would...

    I feel like for unicorns a steel knife would probably be a bad idea since fairy folk and the like tend to have bad reactions with iron. You'd probably have to get your hands on some silver and get...
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    I've considered a straight razor if only so I...

    I've considered a straight razor if only so I wouldn't have to keep ordering DE blades...then I remember polishing stones, strops, and razors in good enough shape for me to be able to maintain them...
  8. Thread: Green vegetables

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    I love greens depending on what they're in,...

    I love greens depending on what they're in, mostly when cooked, grilled half romaine heads, kimchi, green stir-fries, spinach cooked into anything. That being said I don't usually have much to do...
  9. Thread: Hard Cider

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    Hard Cider

    Yes, three varieties if I remember correctly. That's only one of the 4 or 5 ish they make
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    There's a few brewed at an apple orchard in my...

    There's a few brewed at an apple orchard in my home town they sell more like a sparkling wine than a beer, though they have a variant with multiple types of hops they grow on site, as well as a few...
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    Had several pounds of home made kimchi go a bit sour and the internet told me to make...
  12. Thread: Coffee Grinding

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    My own grinder has a few....issues but I got a...

    My own grinder has a few....issues but I got a broken one and haven't heard of any others with my problem. Either way it works great for small batches of pretty much any size - hario's slim mill....
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    I love a healthy dose of it in salsas. Took time...

    I love a healthy dose of it in salsas. Took time for it to grow on me but I ended up loving it like everything I swore off when I was very young
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    We never used more ice than would melt in about a...

    We never used more ice than would melt in about a second. It was usually added somewhat gradually, though to be fair there wasn't enough time to see long term effects while I was there
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    The shortness of Japanese chopsticks can...

    The shortness of Japanese chopsticks can definitely be annoying. I'd like to find a pair of kitchen chopsticks since I like using them to cook but it's difficult picking up anything heavy with it...
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    Letting a bucket of ice melt and boil, then...

    Letting a bucket of ice melt and boil, then scraping off for basic cleaning, then a lemon juice scrub if it was getting off color.
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    I rarely cook anything not Japanese at home, so...

    I rarely cook anything not Japanese at home, so me and my roommates all use chopsticks pretty frequently. For some reason I find the Japanese chopsticks easier to use than Chinese, perhaps because of...
  18. If you're going to go all out and thin/polish the...

    If you're going to go all out and thin/polish the blade anyway I'd toss my vote in for Zakuri - I use a 210 for most of what I do and while great on its own it's a much better knife once you start...
  19. Thread: integral bolster

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    Judging from what I've heard from the less knife...

    Judging from what I've heard from the less knife inclined, a bolster on a knife is typically supposed to be the same width of metal as the piece the blade was forged with, and at least in the past it...
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    My roommate bought a shark on a whim. Marinated it in sake and grilled off with asparagus. Also had a bit of...
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    The few odd requests I got working this summer...

    The few odd requests I got working this summer included a family requesting a pizza consisting of a grilled tortilla shell and a mess of seasoned spinach, nothing else. they came back with family the...
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    I would imagine using a cleaver for fish...

    I would imagine using a cleaver for fish breakdown would depend some on the size of the fish, but I also think you could get it to work much like you would a deba. Any Japanese fish breakdown video...
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    I am completely for living a little closer to bacteria and whatnot - it's good for you to be exposed to it. That being said I vinegar wash my stuff because pesticides aren't something your body...
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    Water kettle Cast iron skillet & griddle pan ...

    Water kettle

    Cast iron skillet & griddle pan

    Nabe pot

    Fish spatula

    Livart electric grill
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    I typically just switch between knives, and keep...

    I typically just switch between knives, and keep a diamond stone on me to fix up my Chinese cleaver if need be, though some of my supervisors don't like it when I sharpen at work and I'm often stuck...
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