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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterNoisy View Post
    Love the Chinese cleaver. I need one some time soon.
    Even before that you really need a good steel if your set didn't include one...... The difference between you cutting a onion efficiently or your finger devastatingly.....
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    Came with a steel and I use it before any cutting. If I'm honest, that's the difference between knives you love and knives you hate.
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    'Character is who you are in the dark'

    'The world ends when you're dead. Until then, you got more punishment in store. Stand it like a man... and give some back.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterNoisy View Post
    Came with a steel and I use it before any cutting. If I'm honest, that's the difference between knives you love and knives you hate.
    Well said......

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    Mine's all mismatched.

    Anywhere from Farberware to some high end German and Japanese knives I've picked up at estate auctions throughout the years. I'd like to get a matched set of quality knives, but, the ones I have work so well when I keep 'em sharp, I have a hard time justifying the expense.


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    We have a cheap Paula Dean set but I am hinting at one of these for my birthday this year.
    http://shun.kaiusaltd.com/knives/kni...r-sumo-santoku
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf1477 View Post
    Mine's all mismatched.

    Anywhere from Farberware to some high end German and Japanese knives I've picked up at estate auctions throughout the years. I'd like to get a matched set of quality knives, but, the ones I have work so well when I keep 'em sharp, I have a hard time justifying the expense.
    Truth be told the majority of kitchen work can be done quite efficiently with only 3 knives, A good heavy chef's,paring and cleaver and the only matching set I have is the Global Japanese. All the rest I picked up through the years through industry sales and closeouts. I would love a premium Japanese blade but can hardly justify some of the prices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamabowtie View Post
    We have a cheap Paula Dean set but I am hinting at one of these for my birthday this year.
    Premier Sumo Santoku |* Shun Cutlery
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    Ooooh. Love Shuns, but I fear I'd never use them because they look so pretty.
    'Character is who you are in the dark'

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    A block of Wolfgang Puck chef knives of varying sizes.

    They're razor sharp, and touch up easy should the need arise.
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