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    Best Knife YouTube Videos

    I was just thinking today about all the great knife videos I have seen here and at the old KF. There are some really good ones. I'm not going to link any here (right now), but I was wondering what are the favorites of everyone else.

    Some of the ones I have liked are Jon's video where he pronounces knife names, a couple of the Martin Yan ones, the Salty one where he chops an onion blind folded and then gives everyone the finger, and I really enjoyed those Stephen Fowler videos on making that knife a few months back.

    Anyone else have favorites that stick out in your head?

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    Although he hasn't made videos in a while Itasan18 has quite a line up for good vids.

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    Cleaver lunchtime with C Dawg (Curtis) and the intro to Eat Drink Man Woman. I've watched both of those more than any others.
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    Itasan is great. I have learned a lot from watching his videos. He pretty much taught be how to fillet fish.

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    There's this set of videos by Journeyman Kyle Royer preparing for his Master Smith test... I don't know if you guys saw it already but It was the most detailed video I've seen about knife making and it really made me understand how blades are made.

    The video also shows him testing out his blade to see if it'll pass the M.S. test. And it also shows the actual test with Master Smith Jim Walker.

    It's not really about kitchen knives but still pretty interesting stuff... Here's part one if you guys are interested... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Fp8b...feature=relmfu

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    Theory's are very good. His youtube name is PCCKitchen.

    I also liked Salty's "Vertical Tomato" video, but I think he took it down when stuff hit the fan over at KF and it was never re-uploaded.
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    Alright what in the hell? Using a nakiri like that! Who ever this woman is needs to be flogged a few goods times. She needs to learn what the hell she is using and what it's meant for. The edge on that baby I'm betting is a gone as well. I think that if I ever saw someone use my knives like that (unless it's a deba) I would beat them to death.

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    I remember that pathetic knife display. The only thing that would have made it better is if she had been using a glass cutting board.

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    Oh lordy mama.......................
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