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 Post subject: Konosuke White #2 Sujihiki 240mm Review
PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 8:29 am 
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Konosuke White #2 Sujihiki 240mm
Name:Sherwin, Restaurant Amuse
Location (City, State):Perth, WA

Review:Great sujihiki for its price and makes clean, precise work of any slicing duty- ranging from finely chopping & chiffonade of herbs, to sashimi-standard fish work. This is a must-have addition to a pro-kit if you can’t obtain the Kono HD line and are on a budget but are looking for something higher up than a Fujiwara. One thing to note is that when you begin using it, the patina takes a while to come. You may even get confused and think Mark sent you a HD suji by mistake but no! It’s a great looker for a carbon sujihiki! But when the patina comes, it comes fast. No issues with slicing lemons and acidic produce. But apparently, regular slicing with raw fish and beef delivers a beautiful metallic blue patina!

Mark Richmond
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 Post subject: Re: Konosuke White #2 Sujihiki 240mm Review
PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 4:48 pm 

Joined: Sun Apr 22, 2012 3:23 pm
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I actually have the Konosuke Fujiyama White #2 270mm sujihiki, which I bought on Mark Richmond's recommendation, and it is an astonishing suji that I would recommend to anyone.

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