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    How to take meticulous care of your knives...

    So I was visiting my elder uncle after a long time.

    Turns out he likes his knives. He's not quite a knife nut but he does have quite a lot of blades even if they are all pretty generic mass manufactured Europeans.

    In any case one in particular caught mu eyes.

    It's an FDick chef's knife which has been meticulously looked after......



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    bone saw?

    Seems to have been meticulously hammered to cut through very hard stuff.

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    I like the ceramic plate background. Perfect to use as a cutting board with the knife.

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    Yes, meticulous is not the first word that comes to mind! That one needs a full makeover....
    Eat to live? -> live to eat... but as long as we are at it... eat very, very well!

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    I'm buying him a big ass barbecue cleaver next time I see him. Pretty much indestructible.

    I thought of Munetoshi butcher but I don't think even that can stand this sort of abuse

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    Good grief! What do his less well cared for knives look like?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marek07 View Post
    Good grief! What do his less well cared for knives look like?
    Admittedly this is the worst one. I mean the rest aren't perfect but no where nearly as bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by khashy View Post
    So I was visiting my elder uncle after a long time.

    Turns out he likes his knives. He's not quite a knife nut but he does have quite a lot of blades even if they are all pretty generic mass manufactured Europeans.

    In any case one in particular caught mu eyes.

    It's an FDick chef's knife which has been meticulously looked after......



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    Not easy to get there with a soft stainless. Goes much faster with a Shun in the wrong hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benuser View Post
    Not easy to get there with a soft stainless. Goes much faster with a Shun in the wrong hands.
    My thoughts exactly, but he has managed it. I'll be interested to see is he can o the same to this guy when I give it to him:


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