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Sat & Sun - the gigs 4 months 1 week ago #17308

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videos are out there.

u saw Whole Foods on thur.

1st East Beach Fare - slow - 4
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farmers market sun - bleak with one appointment, but those were nice - one was Shun Yanagiba
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Sat & Sun - the gigs 4 months 1 week ago #17309

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That Shun yanagiba is a nice one! Did you use some sort of stabilizer?
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mark76 wrote:
That Shun yanagiba is a nice one! Did you use some sort of stabilizer?
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i did not. it is like 10.5 inches long, but stout blade. - very little flexing.
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i will say this, if i have another knife of this type, i probably will not use the WE. i did a great job and the yanagiba became very sharp, but i feel water stone sharpening would have been a better choice. i have no water and i do carry my water stones with me at times, but not at this fair.
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now the really long Forschner slicer which i call Foresters in my video could have really used some stabilization - very flexible long blade.
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