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    My pleasure. If he's looking for places to find...

    My pleasure. If he's looking for places to find these knives, send him to Japanese Chef Knives or Korin.
  2. Isn't that first one a duck slicer?

    Isn't that first one a duck slicer?
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    You're probably gonna hear this a lot, but the...

    You're probably gonna hear this a lot, but the quickest and easiest recommendation on any forum is:

    Gyuto: 210 to 240mm, depending on kitchen size. Popular recommendations include the Fujiwara...
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    Pretty pricey rasp if you ask me. :)

    Pretty pricey rasp if you ask me. :)
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    Wow. I really want to say something nice here,...

    Wow. I really want to say something nice here, considering it's a woman at the helm.

    But I just can't.
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    If you are still hot on a nakiri and want the...

    If you are still hot on a nakiri and want the carbon, consider the Gekko series on eBay. It's in the same budget ballpark and a much better product.
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    I can't speak for the Santoku style, but I...

    I can't speak for the Santoku style, but I purchased a 165mm petty from this line a while back, and find it to be absolutely wonderful. Plastic ferrule on the handle, but the proportions and wood...
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    http://www.amazon.com/Rothco-Jumbo-Mechanic-Tool-B...

    http://www.amazon.com/Rothco-Jumbo-Mechanic-Tool-Bag/dp/B000OC2RU0/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1386989743&sr=8-4&keywords=Mechanics+Tool+bag

    I keep one of these at work. Holds anything up to 270mm...
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    I have had that Zhen's bigger brother for a...

    I have had that Zhen's bigger brother for a couple years now and I find it very comfortable and capable. And if you're already familiar sharpening VG-10 as evidenced by your Tojiro, it seems like a...
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    Assuming you get a fairly thin-beveled cleaver...

    Assuming you get a fairly thin-beveled cleaver and keep it sharp, you shouldn't have any problems using a cleaver on the products you mentioned. With all that steel to work with, it's easy to assume...
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    The cleaver tasks better, and can be an...

    The cleaver tasks better, and can be an inexpensive alternative to try. They do require adjustments in approach and technique, but most who go cleaver never look back.
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    I've used a cleaver as my primary for years. They...

    I've used a cleaver as my primary for years. They really have no equal. Sizes range from tall nakiri to the beastly #6, I guarantee you'll find one that fits.
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    If I might be so bold, I keep a set of these in...

    If I might be so bold, I keep a set of these in my bag and find it gets me pretty much all the way there.
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  14. What about Macs? There's a Mac in the Chef Series...

    What about Macs? There's a Mac in the Chef Series that is 255mm in length and has similar dimensions.
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    Chef Instructor Cook/Merc Private Chef CPR...

    Chef Instructor
    Cook/Merc
    Private Chef
    CPR Instructor
    Musician
    Writer
    Teacher
    Smartass
    And all around charming chap.
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    Remember that you're paying to make mistakes, and...

    Remember that you're paying to make mistakes, and that's a good thing. You're in a controlled environment that doesn't come with the pressures of a real kitchen, or the consequences. You screw up on...
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