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    I gave Ian feedback privately so as not to bias...

    I gave Ian feedback privately so as not to bias others in the passaround, as is customary for vendor passarounds.
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    Not a new idea, and it can work well. A KF...

    Not a new idea, and it can work well. A KF member, Curtis Chung, did a good video of this technique five years ago. You do have to be careful not to catch the paper with the edge. A stone can be...
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    Yes. I have a Gesshin 400, 2000 and 6000 that I...

    Yes. I have a Gesshin 400, 2000 and 6000 that I flatten with my Atoma 140.
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    An Atoma 140 is your best solution. It's more...

    An Atoma 140 is your best solution. It's more expensive than a DMT, but does a better job because it has less stiction.

    You can also use drywall screen, wet/dry sandpaper on a flat surface (heavy...
  5. Correct. Avocado pits are not that hard, not like...

    Correct. Avocado pits are not that hard, not like the stone in a peach, for example. However, if you don't get it deep enough into the pit you may damage the edge when you twist it out. It should...
  6. Since you have to deal with shipping and import...

    Since you have to deal with shipping and import duties, you may want to look at what Japanese Chefs Knife offers. They subsidize shipping charges ($7 USD) and mark the parcel as a gift.

    The...
  7. We have one:...

    We have one: https://www.youtube.com/user/PCCkitchen
  8. Time for this video, eh? ...

    Time for this video, eh?


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNJdJIwCF_Y
  9. Destoning avocados - How do you do it?

    Instead of putting it on a board, hold it in a doubled over towel.
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    Happy Birthday!

    Happy Birthday!
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    Welcome to KKF!

    Welcome to KKF!
  12. If you want to be totally safe, use a tablespoon....

    If you want to be totally safe, use a tablespoon.

    If you use a knife, once you've twisted the stone or pit from the avocado, don't try to grab it and pull it off the blade, as that's where most...
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    Yep. I have a utility made the same way from a VW...

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    Happy Birthday, Dave!

    Happy Birthday, Dave!
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    Boos makes nice boards. Yours is primarily end...

    Boos makes nice boards. Yours is primarily end grain construction, so the instructions to apply in the direction of the grain don't apply.

    If your board feels rough, put a teaspoon of mineral oil...
  16. Aw, shucks. Welcome to the community of home...

    Aw, shucks.

    Welcome to the community of home roasters!
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    I roast 300 gram batches in my Behmor. That...

    I roast 300 gram batches in my Behmor. That yields around 255 to 260 grams of roasted beans, good for about four and a half liters of brewed coffee.

    Congratulations on making the move to home...
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    You're welcome. :D Just be careful sharing....

    You're welcome. :D

    Just be careful sharing. Everyone who tastes your coffee will ask you to roast some for them, too.
  19. Welcome to KKF! I'd recommend the Gesshin...

    Welcome to KKF!

    I'd recommend the Gesshin Kagero from Japanese Knife Imports. It's toward the top of your budget, but it is an excellent knife and meets all your requirements.
    ...
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    As mentioned, Sweet Maria's is a good place to...

    As mentioned, Sweet Maria's is a good place to start. They offer a sampler pack of eight varieties:

    http://www.sweetmarias.com/store/coffee-list/others/samplers/green-coffee-sampler.html
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    The best source of fresh roasted coffee is...

    The best source of fresh roasted coffee is yourself. A Behmor home roaster will pay for itself in six months, and you won't ever be at the mercy of your local roaster.
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    Welcome to KKF, Steve. The tasks you envision...

    Welcome to KKF, Steve.

    The tasks you envision for your next knife, "... everything from herbs, to fruit, to smaller quantities of vegetables, to cheese, to slicing a sandwich in half", aren't...
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    INFO POST The "What's New" button no longer links to the...

    The "What's New" button no longer links to the search string for new posts: http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/search.php?do=getnew&contenttype=vBForum_Post

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    I can't tell you how it sharpens up, as I've...

    I can't tell you how it sharpens up, as I've never used it. I'd expect it behaves like most VG10, and just needs attention to reducing the burr.
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    Happy Birthday!

    Happy Birthday!
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