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I'll let you know soon. My guess is yes, more easily than many believe. And yes, it's more necessary than many believe. They do get duller with use. I've had a good set of Kyocera knives I bought a year or so ago. I take good care of them but they're definitely less sharp than when I bought them, especially the big chef's knife I use most often. In a ...


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We have been selling left handed products now for 50 years this year - supplying the vast majority of specialist left handed stores around the world. I can confirm that Left handers do indeed need knives that are sharpened / scalloped / serrated on the opposite side to a right handed blade. So, holding the knife in your left hand - pointing it away from ...


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So, as I couldn't find anything online regarding this. I asked the butcher I work with. He also can't give a definite answer, he does however have a collection, including a cleaver similar to the Curved Front. He recons as the front rarely takes a pounding like the main flat section, it's almost always sharper. As a result if for example he is cleaning the ...



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