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    pretty pleased with my 19 cm SS Yusuke (extra...

    pretty pleased with my 19 cm SS Yusuke (extra hard). but yeah, it isnt 18 cm ;)
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    Sure, if one were to buy an 8k, I'd put something...

    Sure, if one were to buy an 8k, I'd put something in between the 1 and 8 as well. But given the knives, I could live happily with only a 5/6k stone after the 1k (and perhaps a strop or 2).
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    just to clarify, I meant I would skip the 3k stone

    just to clarify, I meant I would skip the 3k stone
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    Having a 1k and 3k chosera, I'd jump immediately...

    Having a 1k and 3k chosera, I'd jump immediately to a 5k or 6k stone

    @mikemac: you were faster ;)
  5. Thread: Garage garden

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    I have T5 HO (high output) over my aquarium. Lot...

    I have T5 HO (high output) over my aquarium. Lot of light (lumen) per inch. Also easy to get reflectors for.
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    and add decent reflectors

    and add decent reflectors
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    the sous vide step is for extraction, you can...

    the sous vide step is for extraction, you can bake with the results
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    Perhaps a good topic for in the sous vide...

    Perhaps a good topic for in the sous vide subforum? ( 71 C, butter/ olive oil)
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    Let's try again with a link ...

    Let's try again with a link
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    first of all many congrats! Personally I think...

    first of all many congrats!

    Personally I think it makes good sense to reduce risks, I rather err on the side of cautious. I used a polyscience app to assess times when my wife was pregnant.
    ...
  11. Thread: J-Nat Club

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    Sticky: A good friend of mine is deep into photography....

    A good friend of mine is deep into photography. He told me he finds cleaning his glass (lenses) relaxing. Some people have an odd expression on their face when you tell them that you sharpen your...
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    it is the carbon version.

    it is the carbon version.
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    FWIW, I find my k2's edge retention rather...

    FWIW, I find my k2's edge retention rather disappointing
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    Sticky: @ Andrey V: wow, you are going strong... :))) ...

    @ Andrey V: wow, you are going strong... :)))

    Do you have any advice on making a hard Shuobudani type 100 work for knife sharpening (I have Asano Tenjyou and Asano Mejiro Nagura's ) or should I...
  15. Thread: NEW TO THE GAME

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    game? Game? GAme? GAMe? GAME???????? this is...

    game? Game? GAme? GAMe? GAME????????

    this is serious business!!!!





    ;))
  16. Thread: J-Nat Club

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    Sticky: yeah, I knew that the spots and veins aren't...

    yeah, I knew that the spots and veins aren't really desirable, but the stones were calling my name (guess you know what I mean ;) )... I rather like the look, appreciate that they were mined nearby...
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    Sticky: Yeah, I didn't have the pleasure yet to...

    Yeah, I didn't have the pleasure yet to experience a good jnat for kitchen knives. (I only have a shoubudani (type 100) from Maxim (for razors), which is rather hard and I am still learning to use...
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    Sticky: Just wanted to show my 2 small coticules (and a...

    Just wanted to show my 2 small coticules (and a "nagura" ;) )

    Not that popular but I do like the edge I get from them.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/6989092/images/20140913_143927.jpg
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    Sounds like you have many delicious dinners ahead...

    Sounds like you have many delicious dinners ahead of you too :)

    Those mora knives are great bang for the buck. I have a mora boning knife, pretty impressive considering its low price
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    @Mucho Bocho: I wish.... I am from The...

    @Mucho Bocho: I wish.... I am from The Netherlands. I guess not really a country known for its food ;)

    kind regards,
    Jasper

    (but you are guessing our retirement plan (Portugal/Spain/Italy,...
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    Allright then, last week I had my first attempt...

    Allright then, last week I had my first attempt at (half of) the pork neck. 24 hours at 70 C resulted in a tender and flaky dinner, and compliments of my better half. Great success :D Thanks for all...
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    I never used/tried a bare strop (perhaps I'll...

    I never used/tried a bare strop (perhaps I'll learn something from this thread) for kitchen knives, but have a variety of strops to play with (2, 0.75, 0.1 CBN, 0.25 diamond spray, ...) (I straight...
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    Are you intentionally excluding coarser...

    Are you intentionally excluding coarser compounds? My 2 micron strop gets a lot of use...
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    I think that what is meant is that probably for...

    I think that what is meant is that probably for the casual reader your post(s) read like they are personal experience (e.g. your post "If anything happens to your goods, you won't get a replacement....
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    Yes indeed. I followed ...

    Yes indeed. I followed
    http://www.douglasbaldwin.com/sous-vide.html#Pasteurized_in_Shell_Egg and then took the caucious side (longer and 1C higher)
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