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    Show your newest knife buy

    Here is the OKC Outdoor Fish and Game knife. This is OKC's version of the Kephart camp knife which they have made since 1920. The blade on this knife is very crude, but the knife cost $32 USD, so it is not that much of a surprise. Easily fixed by my Shaptons.
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    Recipes from manufacturers Websites.

    Cream of Bacon https://a.co/d/55HNdk3 Cream of Shrimp https://a.co/d/j25wjCJ
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    Recipes from manufacturers Websites.

    This Plus This equals yuma-goochie
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    Recipes from manufacturers Websites.

    As for Cucumbers :D https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/228216/cucumber-nut-bread/
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    Recipes from manufacturers Websites.

    You did scroll down didn't you? :D They have pastry recipes for everything. According to artisan bread makers King Arthur Flour is all they will use.
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    Recipes from manufacturers Websites.

    Not me. The recipes from the food product sites are very good. They want the highlight their products so they make sure they are good. This should make up for the Bisquick disaster. https://www.kingarthurbaking.com/recipes
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    Recipes from manufacturers Websites.

    This is what you have in Australia; Water, Soybeans, Wheat, Salt (contains alcohol v/v from the natural brewing process) https://kikkoman.com.au/
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    Help on recommendations for Amateur chef first 210mm Gyuto?

    I have the 240mm version of this Gyuto from Japanese Chef Knife. Very pleased with it. I also have the 180mm version of this Gyuto from JCK. both are very good and don't break the bank.
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    Recipes from manufacturers Websites.

    One great source for recipes is from the websites of manufacturers of food products. Examples: Red Boat Fish Sauce Steen's Syrup Calrice (Calrose) Tabasco Hormel Kikkoman Sriraja Panich A pointer about Kikkoman Soy Sauce. Japanese brewed Kikkoman tastes better than the US brewed version. The...
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    Blade engraver in Japan

    This was posted 17 hours ago hope this is the right place.
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    Aunt Bee's Mayberry Cookbook, Gilligan's Island Cookbook

    These 2 books are available from Amazon. They feature recipes contributed by the actors in these 2 TV series. I have both and the feature some really good stuff. Both have very good entrees.
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    The Wyoming Stone

    Thanks that is just the sort of info I was looking for. I am perfectly happy with the Shapton whetstones I have. They are the first water stones I have used that have worked since I stopped using Norton oil stones.
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    The Wyoming Stone

    I did find this; https://seanhhi7364.tripod.com/productsandservices/id2.html
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    The Wyoming Stone

    When that is all the info you can find...........
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    The Wyoming Stone

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1676642489259386/
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    J-Nat Club

    The 2 places I found were completely sold out of the above stones. Kaz's, Mi Wotsukushi-hime
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    The Wyoming Stone

    I was reading through the JNat thread and just for grins I Googled Wyoming Sharpening stone. To My surprise there is a Wyoming Stone. it is nephrite jade. There is at least one source of them Wild Whetstones. I know nothing about them. I do know this is something that would have been around the...
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    J-Nat Club

    wrong thread.
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    Using thickened water on whetstones.

    To deodorize and sanitize whetstones, and cutting boards that does not leave behind a taste food grade 12 % Hydrogen Peroxide is your friend. When I was big game hunting I used it on the stones, cutting boards and knives after I butchered a deer of elk and got it in the freezer. It did a very...
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    Using thickened water on whetstones.

    Ethnically correct sharping lubricants, refried beans for Mexican foods, mashed fried potatoes for Western Chuckwagon cooking, white miso for Japanese, Ghee for Indian cooking, Yogurt for the 'Stan countries,
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