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    gentlecook I wish to try your sharpness. Why do you wipe the stone so often?? Great videos;]

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    In another thread on the forum someone advised that you must have a paring knife because a petty is too big for things like cherry tomatoes. My first submission. Note: This was a lot harder than I thought it would be and I've a new respect for those who make and share their instructional videos frequently.

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    Sharpening my beater knife on the JNS 1k. For a knife that gets steeled, this stone is all it needs.
    There were people taking in the background so I put on one of youtube's default tracks, but it sounds a bit loud.




    Thinning and sharpening a Tojiro ITK petty on the JNS 1k and finished on a green brick. The video is a bit long and boring


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    Thinning the right side of my suji on the JNS 1k.


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    Kato vs. Ohira Tomae lv4



    My stuff from JNS:



    Zensho santoku in rehandling time. Handle is not ready if someone ask. It's after 60 grit sandpaper.


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    Quote Originally Posted by maxim View Post
    Random number generator, each video will get a nummber
    I saw it just now

    no any rules for vids, no timelimit no character interes ?

    how about 15 sec videos, or maybe 5 sec ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveb View Post
    In another thread on the forum someone advised that you must have a paring knife because a petty is too big for things like cherry tomatoes. My first submission. Note: This was a lot harder than I thought it would be and I've a new respect for those who make and share their instructional videos frequently.

    You need to make your video public so that we can see it

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    Thanks mainaman. Did I miss anything else?

    The best way I've found to get the bark off a kiwi. Jerky, camera prob trying to follow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bathonuk View Post
    Kato vs. Ohira Tomae lv4

    nice fancy handle on Kato)

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    The 240 Yoshi Kiritsuki is a favorite for slice/chop tasks. Beautiful knife and fun to use.



    It's been through the mhenry "Ho Be Gone" program.
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