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    Everything has turned to warm butter

    Last week I bought a new Konosuke 240mm White #2 Gyuto and 120mm Petty From JKI.
    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...-Knife-Imports

    Holeeee Crapoleeee!
    I had no idea what good knives could do.

    I've nicked myself a couple times now pushing too hard.
    I was not expecting a thick raw carrot to virtually melt into pudding from the touch of the this sharp magical Japanese steel.

    There is an odd smooth sensuous suction sensation cutting with these knives.
    It's almost like they have some invisible force pulling them through food.
    The tactile difference is astonishing.

    What a joy!!!

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    Now you're hooked
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    When you get down to it, knife culture and evangelical religion aren't all that different.

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    I love these posts, I can remember my first too, great feeling.

    Oh one thing though......just wait until you sharpen them.

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    Edgy, make sure to check out the texture of the cuts too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    I love these posts, I can remember my first too, great feeling.

    Oh one thing though......just wait until you sharpen them.
    I cannot image they could possibly be any sharper.
    I have to be careful how I dry them.
    They EAT towels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgy Guy View Post
    I cannot image they could possibly be any sharper.
    I have to be careful how I dry them.
    They EAT towels.

    If Jon sharpened them first then they're extremely sharp but if you got the factory edge then yeah you're in for a whole other experience.

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    i did not sharpen them first... but they ship with a respectable factory edge

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    i did not sharpen them first... but they ship with a respectable factory edge

    That edge is only "respectable"?

    When the knife seemed to just fall through the big raw carrot I thought someone was playing a practical joke on me, since they've been teasing me about my snobby new knives they are not allowed to touch.
    I thought they had put a few cooked carrots back into the bag with the raw ones.

    Honestly, I bit into the carrot to see if it had been cooked.
    Nope . . . Raw.

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    oh yeah... you can do better than that for the edge for sure

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