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    Quote Originally Posted by Benuser View Post
    From a practical point of view, see Geoff's post nr 109:
    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...AL-DEAL/page11
    Yeah, that asymmetry thread got me scratching my head over steering. (Not that everything else in the rest of the thread was crystal clear to me.)

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    Also think about the grind behind the edge in terms of food release. a lot of knives are designed to release food on the right hand side. it's common to have a flat grind on the left hand side and a convex grind on the right in order to push the food you cut off the blade face to the right.
    For a left hander I can't imagine that would be very useful.

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