Carrot wedge test

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IsoJ

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That's a Kamon. 5-layer san mai. It was his first custom (and order) ever made. A knife for my wife.

Mack.
Ou, that is nice. I didn't look the makers mark closely enough 🙈. Your wife has one heck of a knife.
 

toddnmd

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So I’m new here but... is that wedging on celery thing a joke?
Where the f-word do u wedge on celery?

I know this is one of things that will be obvious to me once you’ve explained how you mean.
(Also I used to cut celery when I was bored at work, and then just would throw it out, it’s practically free and I was the one doing the ordering anyways)
I believe it can happen if the stalk is in an inverted u-position. The blade can act like a keystone in an arch as it makes the cut.
 
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