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    Knife Trends: Then, now and back again,

    Then what did I buy at Aritsugu in Nishiki?
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    Felt Group Buy??

    I guess I missed out. :(:(:(
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    Every day cooking/cutting tasks and the knives that you use

    How does that compare to normal tartar sauce and is it also good with seafood?
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    Munetoshi 210 slicer or Gesshin Kagekiyo 210 petty for chicken breasts?

    I'm impressed by how many weeks you've spent on this decision.
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    What knife roll do you have? Seeking recommendations for a larger roll/case.

    I've been a Koobi Kit guy for 10+ years. If I had known they were going out of business, I would've bought a backup or two for when my current one gets worn out.
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    Question for chef's.

    Maybe he'll start a thread for home cooks next.
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    Toyama knives worth the money?

    Shame. Just bought a Gesshin Hide 330mm instead.
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    Question for chef's.

    The only gyuto I use at work is a 270. A bigger knife can do everything a smaller knife can, and cut more product at a time. Using a 210 would make my job harder by a significant margin.
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    210 petty/suji/slicer for raw protein

    I have a Gesshin Ginga 210 carbon wa-gyuto that I absolutely love, I can't imagine the 210 petty being any less great.
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    210 petty/suji/slicer for raw protein

    Are you set on double-bevel?
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    Toyama knives worth the money?

    This thread has me considering this http://www.japanesenaturalstones.com/toyama-noborikoi-yanagiba-300mm/ Do they not come with a saya?
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    if you could only keep one of your knives?

    Where did you get that?
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    Nakiri/Petty

    You want to shake things up, get an usuba instead of a nakiri. Very easy to sharpen if you do 45 minutes of research and understand the concepts, and sooo much fun to use.
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    Tanaka's

    Tanaka's what?
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    Masamoto KS available at JCK

    It's a strange feeling watching people go crazy over a knife that you've owned for seven years that has terrible edge retention.
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