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    210 Nakiri

    Any one got any thoughts on a 210? I think I saw Del did a run of some not too long ago. Any thoughts or reviews of that run?
    Any other maker(s) do a 210? I'm not picky, it could be a cheapo.
    Would love to try one out and/or buy one.
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    I had a Shig version of this.... I didn't use it (home cook)
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    Global has an 8 inch, but that's a lot of belly...

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    that does seem like a lot of belly for a nakiri, aren't they normally quite flat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notaskinnychef View Post
    that does seem like a lot of belly for a nakiri, aren't they normally quite flat?
    yup.

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    Get a chinese cleaver.

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    I have a Heiji that I really like, but I use it more as an all-arounder. It is much more substantial that my trusty MSC 165mm Nakiri which I think of as a laser.
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    I just got a 7" Wustholf Nakiri off the bay for $18 brand new, theres a guy selling factory seconds or something like that. It was a lot lighter than the 8" chefs knife I was used to from the same series and was a lot thinner metal. I didn't quite like it, so ended up gifting it to a stay at home chef for Christmas, sticking to the Takeda still, this thing is a veg-beast...everything from onions to squash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schanop View Post
    Get a chinese cleaver.
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