And indeed this is incorporated in one method of removing the burr.
Interesting perspective. Thx.
My handled Atoma came from Knives and Stones (KnS).
I mainly use Choseras (Naniwa Pros are very similar). Splash and go, reasonably quick. Good...
Do you want splash and go or do you have time to soak (or space to permasoak) your stones?
As mentioned, which knives are being sharpened?...
Yes, you should post your question in a new thread i Kitchen Knife Knowledge.
If you have the resources, you should try a good Japanese style...
What do you use serrated knives for?
Post deleted because I realised that this is a BST thread.
I'm not including Japanese style knives from Western smiths in this category.
First 3 (many years ago):
Wustie Trident 16cm chef.
Certainly the other techniques that I have used require a much greater focus on controlling and reducing the burr.
No, deburring is done only on the finest stone, as is any re-apexing after deburring.
Kip was showing me on a coarse stone only for demonstration...
As a learning exercise, I'm going to summarise the technique as I see it. Kip, please correct me where I am wrong:
1) Go through your normal...
I must confess that this technique seemed a bit counterintuitive to me.
On a recent visit to Melbourne, Kip was kind enough to walk me through...
Welome to the forums, Domas.
You will find lots of information on cooking knives here.
Welcome to the forums Esdeem.
Careful with that grinder! You can remove a lot of metal fast. Not to mention skin.
Also be careful of overheating...
Never had this problem. Are you a very meticulous sharpener? Do you have water with a lot of electrolytes or acid?
I have the suji. Don't know how any of this translates to the gyutos.
It is obviously a kurochi wide bevel. The profile is a gentle curve. The...
Welcome to the forums Ben
Yes, I used the spray.
Make sure you tape up the sharpening surface (I used masking tape).
Sharpening is a very attainable skill. But it is a skill and it does require you to put a bit of effort into learning it. You are probably not...
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