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    Thanks all! I already bought up the stock of 'em at the store. They had 3 in total, and the other two went to coworkers

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    Weird Wood Pusher Burl Source's Avatar
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    You did a great job with this cleaver.
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    really nice.

    it inspired me to buy a carbon shibazi from tastepadthai.com, and i might try my hand at something similar. my local places only get stainless, unfortunately, and i definitely wanted carbon!

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    Great job!

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    I like that bad boy...cool stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Line cooked View Post
    I like that bad boy...cool stuff
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    Great job!
    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    really nice.

    it inspired me to buy a carbon shibazi from tastepadthai.com, and i might try my hand at something similar. my local places only get stainless, unfortunately, and i definitely wanted carbon!
    Quote Originally Posted by Burl Source View Post
    You did a great job with this cleaver.
    TY, guys!

    Edipis, I checked out that site and didn't see what looked like a carbon cleaver. I saw a description that said carbon, but the image looked like something stainless. I'd imagine the same kurouchi finish on a carbon blade. If it is carbon, would you post back and let me know? Great price, I just think the site might be wrong/misprint. Good luck with the new cleaver

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    you could always try the wokshop...not sure of the brand and I haven't purchased from them, but seem to be some of the least expensive cleavers i've seen online

    btw, nice job on the rehandle
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    Wow, Jay the handle looks great, it looks even better in real life too.You mentioned something about patience, I don`t remember you using them!!

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