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    Besides making some knives I grow peaches, and we peel a lot of peaches every year. I was just wondering what knife design you would recommend for peeling peaches with a picture or drawing if possible and the type of handle you like.
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    i like to use a vintage Henckels birds beak paring knife, it fits the curve of the peach perfectly.
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    Um... no knife and a pot of boiling water?

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    I like taking a Kyocera birdsbeak parer to the local orchards. The Kyocera is ceramic, and doesn't necessarily need to be wiped immediately ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajhuff View Post
    Um... no knife and a pot of boiling water?

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    +1, we do a lot of canning, this is by far the best route. But...my 3.5 inch Pierre Rodrigue works pretty good too.

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    a funayuki...after boiling in earth juice
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    Um... no knife and a pot of boiling water?

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    Agree. The only way to do mass amounts of peaches

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    Messermeister serrated peeler

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajhuff View Post
    Um... no knife and a pot of boiling water?

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    he is making knives and going to give one away. why are you guys throwing doubts and fly sh!t at him.
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    Sheepsfoot 3 1/2 inch to 4 western handle wood.
    somewhere along this line.
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