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  1. Devon_Steven

    Hello from the UK

    Greetings from South Devon...
  2. Devon_Steven

    Hello

    About half of the average number owned by members here then [emoji4]
  3. Devon_Steven

    What topics are the most controversial and polarizing on forums?

    They call it the Harvard comma in the states.
  4. Devon_Steven

    Please Help - Is this Ohira Range Suita a fake stone?

    Well, it was another question...
  5. Devon_Steven

    Please Help - Is this Ohira Range Suita a fake stone?

    No, there's his question... he's not sure if it "...is an Uchigomori at this point".
  6. Devon_Steven

    Cutting board - repair or toss?

    The only food-safe oil I know of (aside from oils made of food, such as olive oil, which people say can leave a rancid fragrance as they age in your chopping board) is pure mineral oil. There are different grades of mineral oil and 'pure' is the food safe grade. Interestingly, although mineral...
  7. Devon_Steven

    Cutting board - repair or toss?

    I have similar slice of tree (tamarind, from Thailand) and those micro-cracks will appear if the board is left to dry out. An application of pure mineral oil lets my board expand and the micro-cracks close up. My slice of tree can absorb quite a lot of mineral oil if not treated for a while...
  8. Devon_Steven

    Pls welcome Matus and Nemo to the Mod Team

    Good appointments! [emoji4]
  9. Devon_Steven

    I think it's been two years since I sharpened my knives!

    I think that you are our most patient forum member. 32 months with no reply and then you post an update. Excellent style [emoji846]
  10. Devon_Steven

    Can you identify the knives used in this YouTube video?

    Thanks Ken, interesting link.
  11. Devon_Steven

    Can you identify the knives used in this YouTube video?

    Which part of the eel is being processed at 8.47 onwards, and why?
  12. Devon_Steven

    A sales question from England...

    You can't sell knives on ebay in the UK, but other than that and the usual restrictions on selling to minors I'm not aware of any particular regulations. Is there something I'm not aware of? Selling through this site is fine, for example.
  13. Devon_Steven

    Cutting Board Question

    I use a slice of tamarind tree that I brought home (to the UK) from Thailand. I slipped it into my wife's hold luggage while she wasn't looking :O) It's way too high on the Janka scale but nevermind, it works for now. Anyway, I just wanted to say that I keep mine from drying out by treating...
  14. Devon_Steven

    Just finished up my first cutting board

    So you bought bits of gum tree on Gumtree. Nice. Maybe that's why the service was originally set up...? [emoji4]
  15. Devon_Steven

    Just finished up my first cutting board

    I see them all now. Good work.
  16. Devon_Steven

    Just finished up my first cutting board

    That worked. Nice board too!
  17. Devon_Steven

    Just finished up my first cutting board

    Pictures are just file names [emoji849]
  18. Devon_Steven

    What's the worst you put your knives through?

    Ironically, his leg blanket features the word 'chip'...
  19. Devon_Steven

    YouTube Knuckleheads

    His trousers seemed to be unzipped in the second cutting section. Maybe also unbuttoned during the first cutting scene!
  20. Devon_Steven

    Whats cooking? **** Making something fine and fancy?** Just plain good? Show us!

    Nice article, although it sort of implies that the aging process was developed specifically by the Rondolinos. It is not uncommon to find aged basmati rice for sale. The basic distinction between aged and fresher rices seems to be stickyness. At least that's what I gather from this...
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