Don't want that suisin inox ?
Prayers sent. Wishes sent.
Out here mineral oil dries out too fast and stuff rusts faster. Would camelia oil last longer? Coz it's either I lay the mineral oil thick and end...
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Once you sharpen out the chippy bit of the knife you're pretty much all good. Then there's also the free lifetime sharpening service for those who...
semi stainless would probably work =D
my knife arrived!
here it is with my ghetto saya
i'm with you on that chefcomes back =D
been lookin for a good line knife. hopefully i'll have enough cash to get one from del.
i just heard from my courier that they're gonna deliver it today. finally she's arriving! lookin forward to it.
don't forget fujiwara fkh line for bang for the buck entry level j knives.
Mine arrived yesterday at my us address. Still got another ten days to wait for it to get here.
want that hattori kd salty =D
i have one of these. it's my favorite non-stick. i almost exclusively use it for my eggs and smaller fish. they have a 10 year warranty (not that...
Would love to have de buyer pans be available locally. Lots of fine dining restos would pay an arm and a leg for them.
As far as I know, newer ceramic based non stick pans are ptfe free. So that's a non issue for those with pans like that.
Wish I could see more of your vids.
i would invest the extra $200 towards stones and start with a slightly cheaper gyuto and paring knife
i haven't really gotten to use it much so i can't talk about it. besides we're off topic since the op is talking about the tanaka r2.
i actually have a takamura. lol. they're pretty sweet knives.
Local availability. Shipping costs will be quite astronomical with the size and weight. Then there's greedy customs officers and taxes. :-(
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