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    Alright... so i see where you guys are coming from and i think we can get to that eventually... however, after talking it over, we feel its best to start from the basics and work from there. We want to focus on things like knife grips, proper stance, the basic skills with each type of knife, etc. Then, we will probably move more into the specialized stuff. Is that ok with you guys?

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    I'm good

    How about the differences in use between "similar" styles. Single bevel and double bevels slicers, ajikiris, and such

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    Alright... so i see where you guys are coming from and i think we can get to that eventually... however, after talking it over, we feel its best to start from the basics and work from there. We want to focus on things like knife grips, proper stance, the basic skills with each type of knife, etc. Then, we will probably move more into the specialized stuff. Is that ok with you guys?
    Given that you know a lot more than I do (and lots of other guys here), this sounds great to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heirkb View Post
    Given that you know a lot more than I do (and lots of other guys here), this sounds great to me.
    +1

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    Newest video... Katsuramuki with Carrots (also, Yokoken and Tateken cuts)


    This time, he uses the proper knife for katsuramuki... a kamagata usuba or usuba.

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    Not seeing the vid, Jon.

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    Nope I can see it. Great skill.

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    In the carrot katsuramuki video, would he normally continue the katsuramuki farther, but stops early to keep the video short? Or, is the rest of the carrot just normally used for other things?

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    great question... he stops early just for the video... you can go much more with it. However, that carrot can be used for other things in that condition.

    It would be pretty boring to watch him do the whole carrot for a video like this... he's going pretty slow to make sure the techniques are easy to see

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