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    My current one is....really different.
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    Not raising the bar but like the thread and want to see more of what others are packing.

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  3. #43
    Oh boy here we go. Sorry for the crummy images. Lighting was terrible.


    Page One!
    Some eBay special 190mm mioroshi deba
    270mm Masamoto Yanagi
    270mm Marko Suji
    90mm Thérias et l'Econome Parer
    210mm Heiji Suji/Petty Semi Stainless
    Porsche loaner
    some nice wood sayas


    Page Two!
    250mm Marko Gyuto
    270mm Tojiro Bread
    270mm Yosihide Sujihiki
    150mm DT Petty
    Some fish spats
    Some crummy cardboard+tape sayas


    Page Three!
    Rosle Tongs
    Microplane
    Thermapen
    Drugs
    Peelers
    Mac Ceramic Rod
    Oyster Knife
    Flitz
    Kunz Spoons + some others
    Red Sharpies & Pens

    But wait, there's more!

    I usually have at least one of these in my bag as well. Sometimes it rotates, sometimes they stay in for weeks and months. Sometimes I have one in my bag and then I bring a separate additional case (like the kinda you get w/ a Kramer, Martell, Rader, Gesshin Kagero/JKI, etc) that can hold a couple more if needed.

    210mm Gengetsu Gyuto semi stainless
    270mm DT ITK Gyuto AEB-L
    270mm Aritsugu A-Type
    270mm Shigefusa Gyuto
    210mm Gesshin Uraku Kamagata Usuba


    I like to be prepared alright? And I don't like repacking my bag each day for whatever I have to prep that day. Grab n go.
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    And you also don't like to sell any knives apparently
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    Quote Originally Posted by brainsausage View Post
    And you also don't like to sell any knives apparently
    I don't. But I am going to. Because there are a bunch that I have that haven't been in the rotation in some time. Not that they aren't great, just not my cup of tea or whatever. So why not let someone else enjoy them and let them be used? Also, I have some more on the way, so I would like to trim down so basically everything is in the regular rotation.
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    This is a pretty timely thread to stumble upon, as I just packed up my sprawling kit from the restaurant tonight. Thought it was getting a little flabby. Although I did just use that prosciutto deboning tool yesterday, that's only seen use twice in three years come to think of it (for those who've never deboned a prosciutto- it's much more difficult than you might think). I'll have to post some pics of that sucker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    I don't. But I am going to. Because there are a bunch that I have that haven't been in the rotation in some time. Not that they aren't great, just not my cup of tea or whatever. So why not let someone else enjoy them and let them be used? Also, I have some more on the way, so I would like to trim down so basically everything is in the regular rotation.
    Makes sense. I frequently realize that I'm not giving such and such knife it's due, then I'll use it for awhile, and neglect some others, and start the whole cycle over again... It's easy to get attached to stuff, but hard to let go of it sometimes...

    I'm a little jealous that you have two Marko's in your kit though, TBO.
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    Btw- is that a Marko handle on the Shig John?
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    John, you are missing a kick a Rader slicer from your kit, where did it go?

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    JC,

    That yoshide handle looks ridiculously small, how does it feel?
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