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    Stainless Mukimono?

    Does anyone know of a high quality mukimono that's stainless? I need something to do tiny detail work on little stuff like yuzu peels and other reactive vegetables, and I can't have them discolor at all, even after sitting for a half day. I don't own any stainless knives, but the stainless mukimono bocho that I've seen have all been pretty crappy. I have no experience with semi-stainless, but if it won't react to food that would be fine too. I'm not worried about the knife rusting, I'm worried about the food discoloring. I'm in Japan and I have access to pretty much anything. Budget is $400.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Thanks! This seems perfect!

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