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    Bread Knife

    I know the 2 main options are Tojiro and Mac. And I was just wondering if anyone had any other ideas around the price range or less. I went into my bag today and grabbed my chroma and it is crazy bent like a damn rainbow arc in it. So on to the next one.

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    Those are both great option and you can't go wrong with either. Apart from those, Forschner would be your next best bet. I have had a few of those and they cut just fine.

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    Tojiro itk is basically $60.00 and free shipping. Looking for something cheaper? Btw my tojiro itk is a favorite knife of mine.

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    I am thinking the ITK and calling it a day. I had a forschner but the only 1 I could find long enough was crazy flexible. It would flex through dense breads and cakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pumbaa View Post
    I am thinking the ITK and calling it a day. I had a forschner but the only 1 I could find long enough was crazy flexible. It would flex through dense breads and cakes.
    You should. I promise. You will like it. In fact if you don't you can sell to me for full price you paid and I will give it to a friend. You will thank me.

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    Why are you pushing the knife?
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    I honestly was looking at the ITK and Mac, so his rec. isnt off base or anything.

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    It can be had from three separate purveyors, and is as strong a performer as the Mac, and for less...this coming from a diehard Mac fan. Go for it....
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    I know cutleryandmore,ck2g, and who else?

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    I saw it on eBay... Maybe blueway or ? Was actually a little more, though....
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