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    Senior Member cheflarge's Avatar
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    Please let me know when the new grind is available....... sounds very interesting!

    Good food is essential, where knives are an integral part of the process.

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    New Grind? I have two custom Dalman knives (170 AEBL Gyuto and 270 Suij RWL-34) and they both cut through food like a Ghost moving through the Night. I use the term Ghost cause that's how they feel in the hand. Their both light and nimble, but slice through food with little effort and are very non-stick. And those sexy Dalman lines, oh-la-la, the lines....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheflarge View Post
    Please let me know when the new grind is available....... sounds very interesting!
    First one is available in the store. Aeb-l 210 bunka.

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    TY 👍
    Good food is essential, where knives are an integral part of the process.

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    Prices are going to vary a bit as I tweak my process in. This one got a good amount of hours into it with hand finish, so I didn't do a great price cut.

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    Tonight I was making the rounds picking up a couple of packages, at my nearby grocery store (still covered in dust in my dirty shopclothes, newly shaved head) I asked to buy a big load of stamps. The guy in the register asked surprised "what are you going to send" and I answered with a big smile "knives and such". Too tired for being smart around folks today, will try to explain for his boss Sven next time that I may have scared the crap out of his employee. But it was a little funny when I realized in the car home.

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    Offer the grocer a good deal on a knife next time, if he sells freshly cut produce


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