Type: Posts; User: EdipisReks
I do physical therapy. I'm not looking for things to do that help me sharpen, but things to change while sharpening.
8k. Almost all of my sharpening is a 1k Chosera followed by an 8k Gesshin.
I have been putting off sharpening, for a long while, due to my back, but my personal knives were at the point where stropping on a finishing stone wasn't doing it anymore, and I had sold a knife...
I've actually used one of these. It wasn't bad, once you got used to the shape. Owned by a former butcher, and he kept the edge pretty nice.
Just got it yesterday: 2011 GTI (nav/sunroof) in Tornado Red. Sure is a lot sportier than the (now my wife's) Prius. Also, in a nod to the 2000 VR6 GTI I used to...
They get put on a shelf somewhere.
Nice looking knife. I like my Sheeps foot carbon Herder parer. I wouldn't spend that on a knife so small.
Hendricks and agar clarified lime juice, carbonated directly. Damn tasty.
Indeed, though that's something that is a problem with any fixed jig/angle controlled device that I've ever seen.
Awesome post! I've recently gotten into making sausage, and this is great.
Dough and meat grinding/sausage stuffing, mostly. My wife does all kinds of stuff with it. I used to make mayo with it, but I use an immersion blender, these days.
I got a NIB VacMaster Pro 260 for $100 on eBay, and I'm in love. How much better is the chamber? I had no problems with liquid in bags (using the "pulse mode" and some care, though I've had to...
Sounds like a winner, for sure.
That was my first thought, too.
That's interesting enough that I'd love to try one (especially since my super thinned out Z-K is my go to knife most days). The low hamon at the heel suggests that it ain't gonna last 20 years,...
oooh, that looks good!
You'll need to chamfer the edges as you use the stone, and that's not a big deal at all.
I have a 2 year old Pro that handles bread dough like a champ. There is, however, AFAIK, still a single nylon component in the mechanism. This is because, if you get your fingers stuck in it, it's...
I bet that was a fun box to open!
I agree, it's what I use.