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    Senior Member wellminded1's Avatar
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    No need to apologize, you gave me some wonderful gift ideas.

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    why are pastry chefs knives so dull all the time?
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    Senior Member wellminded1's Avatar
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    Not my girls. hahaha

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    LOL!!
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    Im a baker and I still have the sharpest knives in the kitchen, lol. But I do have some line time during the week, lol.

    I would suggest a simple duffel like shoulder bag that a simple roll can fit into. I have a 10$ duffel from target that my knife bag goes into, and all my bread tools that I transport as well. It has a few pockets inside for delicate things like my thermo and timers and such, and I made dividers out of old plastic binders to separate everything else. Not bad for my bicycle commute. If I drove, all my non-knife tools would go into a large tackle box or the like. Ill try to remember to get pics when I get home from vacation.
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    I know a lot of pastry chefs that use husky tool bags. Like the one you get at homedepot. Kind of a cross between a tool box and duffle bag. Kobi makes a duffle designed for chefs that also fits a kobi kit in the side. Heard good things.

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    im going to give a +1 for the koobi kit, i dont do pastry but it holds tons of stuff and has a dedicated pocket for smaller items. I have had mine for about 6 years now and its the old style, its still rocking. www.koobikit.com

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    Thanks for the input fellas.

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