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Knife chopping through bone or coconut
Is it ok to use a chef knife to chop through bones (not too big, like chicken or pork ribs) or a coconut or will it ruin the knife permanently? I've done that on occasion and it did not seem to ...
Jul 11 '10 at 0:34
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