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    OK I got this knife by mistake today - I opted out of this passaround back in March. That said I'm not happy about having to ship a knife I didn't want to Canada - just sayin'.

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    Yeah, that's not good. I'll cover postage. PM me the cost.

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    Hope it's remembered im passing on this one too...
    "This is grain, which any fool can eat, but for which the Lord intended a more divine means of consumption.. Beer!" -Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves, Friar Tuck

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    Thanks Don - I'll put it in a newer box this one is getting tired. LYK when it goes out.

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    That'll be much appreciated. Just PM me!

    Here's what I got for the list:
    1. tk59 - San Diego
    2. crimedog72 - Washington
    3. Vertigo - Montana
    4. Crothcipt - Wyoming
    5. physiognomy - Colorado
    6. EdipisReks - Ohio [Current location of the kiritsuke]
    7. rahimlee54 - North Carolina
    8. Mike9 - NY [layover]
    9. vicv - Ontario CA
    10. Igasho - Victoria BC
    11. Notaskinnychef - Victoria BC
    12. pleue - Oregon
    13. ayeung74 - Texas
    14. toddnmd - Maryland

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    Ok so I've had this knife for a couple days. First thing this thing is sharp. Really humbles me as I thought I could get a knife sharp. Apparently not:-). I really like it. It's super light and sharp and thin and the handle feels very nice. I must say I believe it will be my next purchase

    Last night I made some seafood pasta and it went through onion and celery without a hitch. See through Garlic slices was no problem either
    No pictures but it did reasonably well through raw sausage as well. I'd say the kiritsuki is almost like a vegetable cleaver but with a tip. Pretty flat profile and long. I found it worked well for straight down slicing and the cleaver technique of drawing straight back with just the tip. Thanks for having me as a part of this and I'll pass it along in a couple days

    M

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    if the knife ever comes to france and if us europeans can share the shipping from/to usa (nonsense if the last of us has to pay 6/7 times more shipping cost to send it back)

    if we are enough, i'll be glad to try this moritaka (i don't own any, but i like very much flat knives and am curious)

    i'll be afraid to use it in my pro kitchen tho, anything can happen and its not mine. i would try it for home prep.

    let me know if we become enough people overseas to make this reasonably expensive and to share shipping.

    very best regards to OP to have the generosity to do this.

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    Will be handing this off to Notaskinnychef tonight, I am still beside myself with how light this knife is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Igasho View Post
    Will be handing this off to Notaskinnychef tonight, I am still beside myself with how light this knife is!
    tonight eh? I still haven't got it from you...slacker

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    Sent PM to pleue

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