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  1. I can't see how you'd use an outdoors knife as a...

    I can't see how you'd use an outdoors knife as a kitchen one, but I can imagine using some sort of bullnose/cimeter as an outdoors knife.
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    Sounds like a Santoku or nakiri might suit you...

    Sounds like a Santoku or nakiri might suit you better than a petty with the knuckle clearance thing.
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    This one just arrived from the bay. Excited to...

    This one just arrived from the bay. Excited to try out the shape tomorrow. It was pretty blunt, so I hit the stones for 5 mins and it came up shockingly sharp, very fast. I can see why these are...
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    How come you want a suji as your daily driver?

    How come you want a suji as your daily driver?
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    Oh, we use the same ones as hbeernink at work,...

    Oh, we use the same ones as hbeernink at work, does everything from pastry to pasta for ravioli to whatever else we need. Pretty sure we've used them for some DIY at some point or another.
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    Do you have a pic of the one you currently have?...

    Do you have a pic of the one you currently have? Maybe just me, but I'm struggling to figure out what you mean
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    Figured I'd revive this one for people to update...

    Figured I'd revive this one for people to update ;)

    I've got
    240mm Marko gyuto
    270mm Marko suji
    Cck cleaver
    Jm jones 8 inch slicer
    Dt itk
    8.5 inch victorinox slicer
    10 inch Sab nogent
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    If a knife is that worn down, wouldn't it need...

    If a knife is that worn down, wouldn't it need fair thinning too?
  9. Good luck on picking the one knife..

    Good luck on picking the one knife..
  10. I doubt any of the guys here have trouble with...

    I doubt any of the guys here have trouble with tears from the onions ;)

    I'm all for the radial cuts too. Cutting across the onion always seems dangerous to me..
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    Happy birthday!

    Happy birthday!
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    I'd go for the carbonext over the basic, tbh

    I'd go for the carbonext over the basic, tbh
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    I'd imagine that as demand rises , more...

    I'd imagine that as demand rises , more youngsters may start treating it as a profession too.
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    http://i.imgur.com/HWReNwf.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/HWReNwf.jpg
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    In a pro kitchen, I think a parer is vital. It...

    In a pro kitchen, I think a parer is vital. It doesn't need to be flash or anything, but there isn't a substitute for one when you're required to do certain in hand jobs, like topping chantenay...
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    Back when I had to do that, we used a truffle...

    Back when I had to do that, we used a truffle slicer.

    http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51uFcG65VVL._SL1181_.jpg
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    If you're worried, pick up a cheap 150mm maybe?

    If you're worried, pick up a cheap 150mm maybe?
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    Didn't know about it.. Probably a good thing!...

    Didn't know about it.. Probably a good thing! Congratz on the buys!
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    Would having a 270 suji be that different from a...

    Would having a 270 suji be that different from a 270 gyuto? Wouldn't a serrated steer me in the cut, being a lefty? And a quick one on technique.. Should I be using one long push or pull draw, rather...
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    A knife for terrines

    I'm starting a new job, and I'll be on the cold starter section. Terrines, galantines and ballontines galore. I figure its an excuse to get a new knife, as I only really have gyutos and a CCK. I was...
  21. Thread: Chef Shoes

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    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/showthread.php/5...

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/showthread.php/5241-Footwear-Poll

    Quite an in depth read for you there!
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    Best wishes. Hope he makes a quick and full...

    Best wishes. Hope he makes a quick and full recovery.
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    http://i.imgur.com/lxQTlem.jpg 270mm from Mario

    http://i.imgur.com/lxQTlem.jpg

    270mm from Mario
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    I stayed out of this thread because I didn't...

    I stayed out of this thread because I didn't think I could control myself. Turns out that neither could a few other guys.

    As for the meat, I can't remember the last time I actually bought meat for...
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    We've broken two kitchenaids in 3 months where I...

    We've broken two kitchenaids in 3 months where I work making bread. Now we just use a Hobart.
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