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Old 08-01-2010, 04:45 PM   #11
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I would have to agree on the ceramic's not worth the hassle.they do stay sharp thats for sure.

and as for kitchen knives my dad is a chef for a 5star catering company( 20 years military and retires to be a cook) and he is obsessive about knives. so far the best ones that he and I like the most are Furi they stay sharp and are reasonably priced. the best ones i found by them are the rachael ray gusto grips. got a set for $20 from sears sharp as hell and they got campin with me as well. had them almost 6 months now use them daily havent had to sharpen them yet does great on frozen chicken beef pork everything really gonna get another set soon!

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Old 02-14-2011, 04:06 AM   #12
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Got one as a gift, I have my beloved carbon steels, they hardly see use now.

I use my ceramic for everything in the kitchen.

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