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Knives for cutting meat

negolien

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lokking at sharpening for noobs which would u pick?

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73saint

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I use a Worksharp and love it
 

73saint

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lokking at sharpening for noobs which would u pick?

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The whetstone sharpener they are selling on their site looks really nice, however I have never been good at using a whetstone.
 

Fueling Around

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A steel is not a sharpening tool. It is a hone.
Good for a quick touch on the edge.

i bought a knife with holes in the blade that mimic the santoku style. Did not like it
Bought a Wustof Santoku. Love it
 

negolien

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Used my two dalstrong knives to cut up that 7 lb short rib. The 10 in cimitar shown and a 8.5" Vegetable Chef Knife. both cut like a dream on fridged beef.
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73saint

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I have to agree I have since cut up several whole briskets and that 10" cimitar has become my favorite by far.
 

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