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Old 10-25-2008, 06:40 PM
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Or getting stitches from the last knife as she stabs you with it.
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Locutus, the one thing I might add is that Chinese cleavers is that many kitchens are run only with such cutting tools. My wife and I have a favorite restaurant here locally that only uses Chinese pattern cleavers. In fact, many such cleavers are under one hundred dollars:

http://www.japanwoodworker.com/dept.asp?dept_id=13161

After reading JoeC's post, I remember hearing you say that your wife and yourself pretty much had your own knives. In that regard, your wife may not be using your knives.

In addition, you remarked that you had larger hands. And of course, you're a good tinker. A cleaver has a large expanse of featureless bevel. You can buff that 'sucka to split diamonds!
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