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Thread: Three Piece Snapper Filet

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    Senior Member ThEoRy's Avatar
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    Three Piece Snapper Filet



    Knife used:
    Yoshihiro 210mm Suminigashi Deba in Blue Steel #1


    Final Dish:

    Pan Seared American Red Snapper
    Okinawa Sweet Potato, Sauteed Spinach, Glazed Fennel, Grilled Persimmon
    Ginger Lemongrass Vinaigrette
    Starting this harvest I'm a starving startling artist/
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    Always a pleasure to watch your vids!

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    Mad skills....my goal this year...more whole fish.

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    Excellent work! What kind of edge do you like on your Deba for that?

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    I can't speak for theory but I like a similar finish on both deba and gyuto. Something refined with a good bit of bite. Some fishes' skins are pretty thick and a bit of bite goes a long way. That being said I usually finish on the kitiyama and micro bevel on one of my harder natural stones.

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    Nice vid and skills, thanks. How many snappers do you encounter in a day?

    Grilled persimmons? The season's almost upon us here and I hadn't thought of that; we've got a tree outside and my wife's lemongrass in the garden (well, in a pot on the balconey).

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    I keep it around 5-6k. Recently I picked up the Gesshin 6k splash and go for work and have been touching up on that.
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    I really want to get a beginners deba and start learning how to break down fish like so. I have mainly been using a suji for salmon, halibut, bass, etc. This method just looks so much cleaner

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    Senior Member ThEoRy's Avatar
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    Cool thanks. I still should send you this knife Dave. I've been working it out but the shinogi line still needs to come up a bit to match the tip and there's a slight over grind on the blade road near the heel and one at the tip...
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