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Marko Tsourkan

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Test cut tomato, onion, carrot and potato. Food release on all was very good.

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I would need to see a picture of your "old" grind next to it to understand what you changed, but it looks good.
 

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I would need to see a picture of your "old" grind next to it to understand what you changed, but it looks good.
The difference in blades' cross-section wont' be very visible in a picture, however, the difference in cutting is that a blade with the new grind doesn't fall through food as easily, but separates food cleanly.
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It still looks plenty thin enough to fall through food without much resistance, so if the food release is appreciably better, it seems like a good tradeoff to me.
 

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I don't make any videos, so it will have to come from folks who will try the knives with a new grind. I will continue doing both.

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Looks Good............Getting great food release and the blade falling through food is a difficult task.
 

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I couldn't make heads or tails about that photo?

Ah, couldn't see until I enlarged it.
 

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Looks Good............Getting great food release and the blade falling through food is a difficult task.
I seem to be making some progress here - incorporating both features in a single grind. More to follow.

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