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  1. Thread: Knife skills

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    Knife skills

    http://m.youtube.com/user/PCCkitchen

    daveb:
    You should eat the broccoli stems :) not enough people do. You can dice them , julienne then, shave them. Steam, pan fry , stir fry whatever . ...
  2. Thread: Knife skills

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    Very bad idea. More injuries occur from dull...

    Very bad idea. More injuries occur from dull knives than sharp ones. You end up trying to force the knife through food... Dangerous!
    A sharp knife and a soft grip with appropriate technique is what...
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    Well the term line knife could be used pretty...

    Well the term line knife could be used pretty broadly. Put simply it is a knife you use "on the line" or during service times( when your actually cooking for customers ).

    A typical day is split up...
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    Lol yeah your not wrong. It seems to be a growing...

    Lol yeah your not wrong. It seems to be a growing market down here :)

    Welcome mate
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    I'll try any wood I can get my hands on :) but I...

    I'll try any wood I can get my hands on :) but I think next time I'll splash out and get some nice burl, pre dried or stabilised :)
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    My first western rehandle

    Nope...I've used an old dishwasher, extractor fan, digital temperature gauge and a light fitting with various lightbulbs. It took about a month to dry the wood I had.
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    My first western rehandle

    Thanks for the positive words everyone !

    Chris: the handles on the knives you sent mike are my inspiration as they are the only customs I've seen in real life :) looking forward to getting good...
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    My first western rehandle

    Finally after far too much research, consulting other members and waiting for wood to dry in my homemade kiln... I've finished my first handle.
    Pretty happy with how it turned out its not quite...
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    Does this mean I'll get kicked out of the country...

    Does this mean I'll get kicked out of the country for not owning one ?
  10. Thread: Knife skills

    by Geo87
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    Knife skills

    Have you checked out theory or saltys you tube videos? Pretty good place to start .
  11. Thread: Badge of honor

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    You can use nail polish remover if you dare......

    You can use nail polish remover if you dare... Beware though my daughter was extremely concerned why I took her pretty pink paint off my toes.
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    Lol yep I live in Redcliffe as well. That's...

    Lol yep I live in Redcliffe as well.
    That's great! If you ever want to talk knives just pm me. I'm working out at northlakes with 2 other knife nuts feel free to swing by the kitchen some time and...
  13. Thread: Badge of honor

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    Yeah this happens to me all the time! My first...

    Yeah this happens to me all the time! My first daughter did it a lot when she was two so I had a little bit on my toenails and most on my toes lol.
    At least it's not your fingers!
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    Welcome mate ! Where in Queensland are you? Use...

    Welcome mate ! Where in Queensland are you?
    Use googles advanced search and restrict the search to www .kitchenknifeforums. com
    Then enter all the search criteria as normal.
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    Waw... If this thread has a prize that would win....

    Waw... If this thread has a prize that would win. That is damn weird!
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    sharpening on a new 6K stone.

    Also if you use too much pressure on your finishing stone that would round your edge. If your knife does not dig into the tomato straight away you've rounded the edge. If it digs in straight away...
  17. Thread: Kitchen Slang

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    Yeah I've had fire also. Except it was more like...

    Yeah I've had fire also. Except it was more like fire on tables 16, 20, 13, 2 & 3.... There was 5 mins on each fire also lol (5 mins till food was completely plated)
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    Will you be swinging by brisbane ? Guys: this...

    Will you be swinging by brisbane ?

    Guys: this thread is making me jealous!! If I could I would road trip down. Damn family / work commitments getting in the way of a knife nut gathering ;)
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    Answer: yes... and when this stops working so...

    Answer: yes... and when this stops working so well use a full progression.
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    definitely get a 240. Some 210's don't have...

    definitely get a 240. Some 210's don't have enough height at the heel to be an all round gyuto IMO. Plus lasers seem to handle smaller than they are probably due to typically running shorter on the...
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    Norton Coarse India as coarse stone?

    As far as I'm aware most people here don't like oil stones as in general they cut slower than waterstones and have a different feel when sharpening. Japanese stones for Japanese knives just...
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    This sounds like a great time to buy a new...

    This sounds like a great time to buy a new knife...
    By the time you've lost that much height surely your knuckle clearance is crap now anyway
  23. Thread: Green vegetables

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    Brussel sprouts are amazing. Too bad most people...

    Brussel sprouts are amazing. Too bad most people have horrible memories of boiled to death under seasoned veg that scares them away.

    Cut them in half and caramelise them in some kind of delicious...
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    Welcome mate!

    Welcome mate!
  25. For me it's about the nimble profile. If you...

    For me it's about the nimble profile. If you break down a chicken properly with a petty you should cut around/ along bones and you only ever go through joints/ cartilage . I find the petty profile...
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