Proper Technique for Honesuki

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Proper Technique for Honesuki

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I just linked this video in a knife rec thread, but I think it will also be useful to the forum in general. This is a great demonstration of how to use a honesuki. First slower, then at a medium pace....

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You have inspired me to cut the chicken in my fridge that I just decided, before watching, I wasn't going to cut. Thanks for posting!
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And here

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aL-O9wjOoA0

Really good video (I think) demonstrating the usage of a honesuki to trim a beef tenderloin, starting at 11:00.
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[YouTube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ijp2MnV0amQ[/YouTube]
I'm a big honesuki fan. Love to see these great vids. I love buying bone in thighs; much cheaper, quick to break down, and you get a compact pile of bones for stock without filing a tiny apartment freezer with huge #*&$^*#& carcas.
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