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    First Real Knife

    So i have been lurking and reading up for a couple weeks now and decided to get my first real knife. I'm i novice cook so to me a couple hundred dollars for one knife seemed alot. But one i received my Tanaka I realized these knives are also works of art. So just wanted to say hello and show my purchase.




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    Welcome aboard. Unfortunately, I think you need a certain amount of post before you're eligible to post photos.
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    No pics, but great choice!
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    There ya go.

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    Welcome to the forums and the addiction. Nice start

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    Thanks rdm_magic for posting for me! And thanks all for the welcomes. It is truly addicting and i LOVE it.

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    Welcome to what my fiancé likes call "forum of enablers".
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    Tanaka gyuto is great Bang for the buck knife, good choice for the first J knife
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    i have the same knife and after easing the spine and choil and thinning a bit is a really solid performer

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    Welcome. Nice choice.

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