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 Post subject: Re: My Beginner's Knife Kit
PostPosted: Sat Mar 08, 2014 2:32 pm 
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I echo everyone else's remarks here. Your collection is way above beginner level.
What's missing?
If you do a lot of vegetable prep, a Nakiri or maybe even a cleaver.
If you do a lot of proteins, a boning knife, either western style or a Honsuki.
You could make do using your petty for boning, a real boning knife will have more flex, so you
can push it against the bones for cleaner cuts.
For heavy butchering I have seen a lot posted about Western Deba knives.
Thanks for sharing your set.


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