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  1. but other than that, yeah rules are rules and I...

    but other than that, yeah rules are rules and I agree about not having vendors comments in the general population.

    -AJ
  2. This whole brouhaha is because we've all been on...

    This whole brouhaha is because we've all been on the internet for years and we've all been on forums for years. So we all know how to post on a forum. A la Ken Onion. But, when you come to KKF no one...
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    My 9" Nogent is only 4mm at that same spot, maybe...

    My 9" Nogent is only 4mm at that same spot, maybe 5.

    -AJ
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    Is it possible you ordered or they shipped by...

    Is it possible you ordered or they shipped by mistake a Chef de chef knife?

    -AJ
  5. This will sound strange but when working with...

    This will sound strange but when working with people who also struggle with this, the biggest thing to success is to believe that you can do it. I have kids tell me they can't do it. Yes you can....
  6. Thread: Machete

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    I would think any Army Navy surplus store. -AJ

    I would think any Army Navy surplus store.

    -AJ
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    I feel the same way. But if I buy the cow...

    I feel the same way. But if I buy the cow straight from the farmer and pick it up at the processor, it's wrapped and frozen, so it must be in my head. Can't get fresher than that.

    -AJ
  8. First my apologies for the thread drift. Yes,...

    First my apologies for the thread drift. Yes, cast iron would rank #3 behind copper and aluminum. But, cast iron in the grand scheme of things is a phenomenal heat conductor because it contains...
  9. Cast iron has a hot spot on the stove top due to...

    Cast iron has a hot spot on the stove top due to graphite morphology not the burner. This is something unique to cast iron. I am convinced of this.

    -AJ
  10. While the conclusions are correct in the serious...

    While the conclusions are correct in the serious eats article, I disagree with the reasoning. The hot spot I am more than convinced is metallurgical in nature. But, cast iron shines in an oven and I...
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    You need more than one tester. Otherwise you have...

    You need more than one tester. Otherwise you have a data set of one.

    -AJ
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    A salt pot allows for much more uniform heat...

    A salt pot allows for much more uniform heat distribution and therefore much more uniform heat transfer.

    -AJ
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    Aha! The plot thickens! :D -AJ

    Aha! The plot thickens! :D

    -AJ
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    Cryogenic treatment, with versus without

    Rather than hijack the lovely Japonocentric thread I thought I would ask here. There were a lot of allusions to cryo being a commonly accepted practice among leading US makers but not Japanese knife...
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    Come on, aren't you guys thrilled I've stayed out...

    Come on, aren't you guys thrilled I've stayed out of this crapfest!!! :D

    Learned my lesson last time.

    -AJ (the KKF pariah)
  16. Thread: Knife bags

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    For school? 5 is more than sufficient. Worked...

    For school?

    5 is more than sufficient. Worked for me.

    -AJ
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    If anyone needs a reason not to peel towards...

    If anyone needs a reason not to peel towards themselves is because you never cut with a knife toward yourself. And you can all peel a carrot with a petty right? :) Naturally that would extend to a...
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    True. Cryogenic treatments are a relatively...

    True. Cryogenic treatments are a relatively recent technique.

    -AJ
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    Isn't that kind of like like how you're all...

    Isn't that kind of like like how you're all experts in steel metallurgy but none of you are metallurgists. :D Doesn't seem to stop anyone's expertise. I think Birnardo's statements are as fair in...
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    Bottom one looks a lot like this one. ...

    Bottom one looks a lot like this one.

    http://zknives.com/knives/kitchen/misc/type/Saikachi_Deba.shtml

    -AJ
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    OK well it that regard your stainless steels can...

    OK well it that regard your stainless steels can be split into two categories, ferritic and austenitic. Or in simpler terms magnetic and nonmagnetic. The ferritic (magnetic) grades like the AEBL...
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    I am going way out on a limb here in not being an...

    I am going way out on a limb here in not being an expert in golf club head physics, but I don't think the fact that the steel is Damascus steel rather than a single single steel makes any performance...
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    Not entirely. If he's using 303 stainless that's...

    Not entirely. If he's using 303 stainless that's an austenitic steel and not heat treatable.

    -AJ
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    Fascinating. I think the materials you are...

    Fascinating. I think the materials you are comparing against each other are all comparable with each other.

    You will have no measurable resistance to rust until you begin to have at least 10.5%...
  25. Correct, from the article" -AJ

    Correct, from the article"



    -AJ
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