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  1. Thread: First knife set

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    Wow.....don't know the man from a bar of soap. ...

    Wow.....don't know the man from a bar of soap. Sure, I'll admit it was a clumsy use of words but given the tone of your response to the OP you've just proven the point.




    You haven't got a...
  2. Thread: First knife set

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    Now that's what I call good advice. This site is...

    Now that's what I call good advice. This site is called the kitchenknifeforum not the j-knifepuristsociety.
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    Without getting out protractors and putting my...

    Without getting out protractors and putting my geometry hat on, isn't that even more pronounced with an Edge Pro with a fixed point at one end?
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    Thanks for that. Always great to get a...

    Thanks for that. Always great to get a recommendation. Particularly if it's a good restaurant.
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    Lucky to have this shop 10 minutes drive away. ...

    Lucky to have this shop 10 minutes drive away. http://www.carbatec.com.au/sharpening-stones_c21785 They stock King stones, the full range of DMT gear and lots of other bits and pieces. And all...
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    Stones are just as alluring as knives. More so in...

    Stones are just as alluring as knives. More so in fact. I like sharpening a knife as much if not more than using one.
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    Larger stones are bliss. Thirty five quid for...

    Larger stones are bliss. Thirty five quid for the larger King is pretty expensive if you ask me but based on what you've said sofar regarding prices in the UK that seems to be par for the course ...
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    No, that's right. Any object made of wood should...

    No, that's right. Any object made of wood should be stored in such a way that no one side is more exposed to elements than the other. If you want proof of that just place an off cut of almost any...
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    If it's a board that's going to more or less...

    If it's a board that's going to more or less permanently occupy an area of bench space I'd definitely go for feet.
  10. It's like saying my car hasn't got a steering...

    It's like saying my car hasn't got a steering issue provided I use my skills through have the wheel at 3 O'clock all the time.



    As a lefty having to use right handed bread knives all my life I...
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    I'm sure that's the same in most countries. ...

    I'm sure that's the same in most countries. What's a concern is people with mental health problems having easy accesss to guns.
  12. I guess you can always sell the Sab to help fund...

    I guess you can always sell the Sab to help fund it (just winding you up!).
  13. Don't know about you but I only really use a...

    Don't know about you but I only really use a couple (or three) knives. When I got my usuba it replaced the chef's knife/gyuto only for finer veggie work which I find takes up most of the prep work....
  14. Yeah I like the look of debas too but not sure...

    Yeah I like the look of debas too but not sure how much use it would be outside of either the heavy stuff like attacking chickens or finer fish filleting duties. Neither of which I do too much of. ...
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    The GM should be seriously worried that a package...

    The GM should be seriously worried that a package arriving at the front desk could dissapear like that. Regardless or not if you're en employee. Get on to the tapes and if they're not around or...
  16. You've got it bad haven't you! Got a feeling...

    You've got it bad haven't you! Got a feeling there could be a magnetic strip worth of expensive knives and half a dozen stones entering your life shortly. Forget about all this rubbish that people...
  17. Very sensible. By the way here's a youtuber of...

    Very sensible. By the way here's a youtuber of wet/dry stone flattening. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOt7hftUU-Q
  18. Get a sheet of coarse grit (P80) wet/dry sand...

    Get a sheet of coarse grit (P80) wet/dry sand paper. Find a flat work surface. The bench top next to the sink is a good spot. Put a little bit of water down for the sheet to lay on (you can use half...
  19. BS? Of course it's BS (I'll just say that again...

    BS? Of course it's BS (I'll just say that again to come across like a real DH) because if you want to peel an apple you grab a 300mm Chinese cleaver. Could be BS but I read somewhere that 210...
  20. Welcome to my moron list!

    Welcome to my moron list!
  21. Why is it impossible to delete a post?

    Why is it impossible to delete a post?
  22. I don't think so. You've got more control with a...

    I don't think so. You've got more control with a smaller knife. I think my 210 is more than big enough. Most of the time I use a 180 usuba (vegetable/salad preparation). Given that you've had the...
  23. Thread: Help!!!

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    Why? Gyutos that size don't chip?

    Why? Gyutos that size don't chip?
  24. Thread: Help!!!

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    Although I don't know much about Sabatiers, I...

    Although I don't know much about Sabatiers, I agree that it could well be the sharpening rather than the knife.
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    Wow...that puts the skids on e-bay purchases in...

    Wow...that puts the skids on e-bay purchases in Finland.
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