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    I should maybe elaborate. Hola is a VPN which...

    I should maybe elaborate.

    Hola is a VPN which comes in the form of a plug-in for your browser. You can also change the country on the fly in case you need to either turn it off or browse from...
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    Hola.

    Hola.
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    I just rub mine with mineral oil and buff them...

    I just rub mine with mineral oil and buff them whenever they start to feel like they're drying out. It also gives the handle a nice luster and feels much better in hand than any kind of varnish or...
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    I thought you said you had better things to do...

    I thought you said you had better things to do with your time? :O

    It's great to have you back.
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    Would you be willing to ship these...

    Would you be willing to ship these internationally?
    If so, do you have any idea of what international shipping would cost?
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    Every time I see this thread bumped I think it's...

    Every time I see this thread bumped I think it's a new sign up and every time I click on it I'm sorely disappointed...

    Oh well, I'll get in on the next sign up whenever it happens.
  7. Thread: Hiromoto stops

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    I'm tempted to pick one up before they run out...

    I'm tempted to pick one up before they run out but there'd be no point if they're too asymmetric for a lefty; could anyone advise on how pronounced the asymmetry is on Hiromoto knives?

    On a...
  8. Bombay potatoes. If you can't find a good...

    Bombay potatoes.

    If you can't find a good recipe I'll write one up at some point.
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    You probably need to have a think about what you...

    You probably need to have a think about what you would like to do.

    If you are looking to get one good knife and be done with it, Panda's suggestion is a good one.

    The issue is that a lot of it...
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    Important Announcement Is the app ad-free for supporting members?

    Is the app ad-free for supporting members?
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    Having thought about it, it would be a shame not...

    Having thought about it, it would be a shame not to try the 10". I'm going to take your advise and get the 10".
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    Thanks again for the advise, it's a great help. ...

    Thanks again for the advise, it's a great help.

    I've got the 8" chef's knife in 52100 and I'm thinking of getting the Essential in the same size. I prefer a little longer (around 225mm) with a...
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    Thank you for the reply Dean. I apologize for...

    Thank you for the reply Dean.

    I apologize for my lack of clarity, I was indeed wondering about how the Essential compared to the Damascus. I already have both a ZK 52100 chef's knife and a ZK SG2...
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    As mentioned above it depends on what you're...

    As mentioned above it depends on what you're doing.

    There are all sorts of different grips for specific tasks. It's just that a pinch grip is generally best when using a chef's knife (which is...
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    Thank you for sharing your experiences with...

    Thank you for sharing your experiences with these.
    I know that they're quite different knives in terms of weight and spine thickness, but which of the stainless versions do you prefer?
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    Tom does great work, but most of us in Europe...

    Tom does great work, but most of us in Europe aren't too eager to ship knives over to the US to have work done. I'm not sure what sort of import taxes would be payable in the US, but paying the 20%...
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    I'm not sure why the link was blocked. Check...

    I'm not sure why the link was blocked.

    Check the "links to my friends" section of Maxim's site for a link to a UK based saya maker.
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    I've not had personal experience with them, but...

    I've not had personal experience with them, but they are well reputed.

    http://*****************/services.html
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    If you use mineral oil the board will probably...

    If you use mineral oil the board will probably crack.

    I'm not a fan of Chinese style cutting boards as they use "green" wood; the wood tends to be fresh from the tree rather than being properly...
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    Thanks for the explanation Will. I guess it would be best not to reverse the handles, so I'll have to pass and wait a few years for a custom order...

    I'm sure they won't hang around long as they...
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    I'm assuming that they couldn't be adjusted for a left hander?
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    Please educate yourself a little... I'll help;...

    Please educate yourself a little...

    I'll help; here's an article on stock removal vs forging by ABS master smith Kevin Cashen:
    http://www.cashenblades.com/images/articles/lowdown.html

    The...
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    Yep. The only reason that forged knives are...

    Yep.

    The only reason that forged knives are considered to be better is due to the assumption that non-forged knives will be stamped out of sheet metal, resulting in a flimsy blade with a...
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    I'm making the cut-outs for specific knives. I've...

    I'm making the cut-outs for specific knives. I've only got a few of the cut-outs done so far as I don't want to add them unless I know that I'm going to keep the knife for a long time.

    It's easy...
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    I'm in the process of making a wooden drawer...

    I'm in the process of making a wooden drawer insert. I don't have a workshop at my current address so I'm only working on it when I visit my parents.

    I'm part way through making a plywood router...
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