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    My wife loves this dish also and created hers...

    My wife loves this dish also and created hers from about 3 different recipes.

    Cut 3 medium to large onions into thin rings. Fry in 1/3 cup grapeseed oil until they are brown and crispy (almost...
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    Clot powder from the drug store and a gauze works...

    Clot powder from the drug store and a gauze works better and causes MUCH less trauma than an amateur trying to learn cautery in a kitchen setting.
    Just my :2cents:
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    I LOVE slap ya mamma, but it's a little too hot...

    I LOVE slap ya mamma, but it's a little too hot for my wife on popcorn. We use it all the time for brased butternut squash though. mmmm Good stuff
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    You know what else is awesome...VooDoo-Creole...

    You know what else is awesome...VooDoo-Creole seasoning from New Orleans. Just spicy enough and one of its primary ingredients is salt. It is perfect every time.
    I also prefer the kettle...
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    I have to agree to an extent. On some of the...

    I have to agree to an extent. On some of the other forums it has become almost impossible to sort through the garbage and find the simple piece of information you were searching for in the first...
  7. Very true, I should have said that. I had a Usuba...

    Very true, I should have said that. I had a Usuba that is the same, but not nearly as bad.
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    I missed that you wanted a splash and...

    I missed that you wanted a splash and go...apologies for that. I have used choseras, shaptons, sigmas, and gesshins in almost all grit ranges. I would say your best bet, with the specs you have...
  9. As an example: I have a Nakiri that I know has...

    As an example: I have a Nakiri that I know has very straight bevels, and the shinogi line is wavy as hell. But, this was also hand hammered with a karouchi finish.
  10. This depends on who you send it to. I believe Jon...

    This depends on who you send it to. I believe Jon at JKI does it automatically, while others do not.

    @jgraeff---As has been said before, a straight shinogi line is not necessary for a knife to...
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    My Makita 18V has seen tons of use and abuse and...

    My Makita 18V has seen tons of use and abuse and after 4 years have not even needed new batteries....
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    It is a Japanese Unit of Measurement 1 sun =...

    It is a Japanese Unit of Measurement
    1 sun = 1.19375 inch or 3.037cm
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    I know I am a little late to the party. But, if...

    I know I am a little late to the party. But, if you have the JNS 1k I have found it to be as fast as the Chosera 800. Interestingly, I also discovered that the JNS 1k will cut "almost" as fast as a...
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    I've been waiting to try a board from you....this...

    I've been waiting to try a board from you....this one may just tip the scale ;). It looks wicked!!!
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    OMG If I had that much talent in any part of my...

    OMG If I had that much talent in any part of my life I would feel blessed....:bigeek:
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    Sticky: I simply use shellac on most of my stones. For...

    I simply use shellac on most of my stones. For $10 at Lowes, it can't be beaten. However, my best stones are done the "traditional" way, in Urushi. But as Stefan mentioned, and I can attest to the...
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    That is absolutely amazing!!! Thanks for doing...

    That is absolutely amazing!!! Thanks for doing the WIP.
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    If it does not work and the stone doesn't stick,...

    If it does not work and the stone doesn't stick, just lap the glue off and use this:
    ...
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    I have epoxied broken stones to a piece of flat...

    I have epoxied broken stones to a piece of flat granite flooring tile and it seemed to work out well. I put epoxy on both the bottom and at the base of the crack as close to the bottom as I could...
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    Screwdriver hands down

    Screwdriver hands down
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    yeah, but nail polish remover huffs, I mean...

    yeah, but nail polish remover huffs, I mean smells, much better :justkidding:
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    91% Isopropanol works decently for me and it...

    91% Isopropanol works decently for me and it evaporates so quickly that if you get it in the pivot it wont rust it or attract dirt.
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    :lmao:

    :lmao:
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    Sadly, I've broken 2 handles/ferrules using that...

    Sadly, I've broken 2 handles/ferrules using that technique on glued handles. This only seems to work if the handles are "burned in" with no epoxy. And I have a custom handle that I need to remove,...
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    Is there a way to get them off without destroying...

    Is there a way to get them off without destroying the handle? Say if you want to use the removed handle on a different knife?
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