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Thread: Does a Virgin Carbon Wa Gyuto exist

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwpark View Post
    But I would have to wait for year for you to have time to do that (hint, hint Hiromoto AS )


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    Ikkanshi Tadatsuna at Aframes Tokyo. Takeshi Aoki is the man in charge there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TEWNCfarms View Post
    Did you grind it down too much by accident? Or just over time?
    Thin carbons have advantages with many types of prep. longevity not one of them. Very thin grinds wear away faster because there is much less steel. This is usually not a factor in a home setting as compared to a production kitchen.


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