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    That's a very generous offer, Del. Thanks! I would love to be considered for a pass around, though, I should point out that I'm a mere home-chef. If that's cool with you, though, I'd love to participate.

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    Guys,
    Please keep in mind that I am a home chef as well. I know I have a good design and I know that the steel with the heat treatment I give it will perform well. I welcome the feedback from all members, I do know that some of the professional chefs might be able to really put the knife through its paces, I also want to know how the knife compares to the knives you already have. I have seen many photos, but I have held very few kitchen knives, and certianly not any of the japanese or customs from other american makers. I would like your impressions, so any of you home chefs, don't be shy if you are interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delbert Ealy View Post
    Guys,
    Please keep in mind that I am a home chef as well. I know I have a good design and I know that the steel with the heat treatment I give it will perform well. I welcome the feedback from all members, I do know that some of the professional chefs might be able to really put the knife through its paces, I also want to know how the knife compares to the knives you already have. I have seen many photos, but I have held very few kitchen knives, and certianly not any of the japanese or customs from other american makers. I would like your impressions, so any of you home chefs, don't be shy if you are interested.
    Well, if there's room I'd like to throw my hat in the ring.

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    Umm, to be clear, I did not intend to put myself into the pass around.

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    I would like in on this if possible. I'm a home chef with a Takeda gyuto to compaire it to!
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    i'm a home cook. i have a konosuke 270 white #2, a shigefusa 240, a mizuno 270 blue #2, and a hattori fh 240 to compare it to.

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    Show off! ;-)
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    :-)

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    BTW, I have Ichimonji TKC, Devin Thomas ITK and Hiromoto AS gyutos to compare it to

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    I'd like to be in on this one as well. Of course, video demonstrations or a review can be done with no problem.
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