Japanese Fish Butchering Knives

Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by kuan, Dec 20, 2009.

  1. kuan

    kuan Moderator Staff Member

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  2. petalsandcoco

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    Kuan ,

    What I would not want to do but to be right beside that fish monger and cut the same type fish with the same "size" knife.....just like one of the markets I went to in Old Italy this year.
    Oh just to jump in and and practice some of the greatest arts of filleting a fish. To practice....Sashimi, an art, once he had finished the cut.

    Thank you so much.....
     
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    Cool video, thanks for posting :)

    BlueFin event at Mitsuwa, One of these years I'll be able to make it to this event. I've tried the last two years but I was unable to get free each time. Hopefully I'll be able to make it next year!

    dan
     
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    Knives?

    Swords.
     
  6. nichole

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    Hahaha I am thinking the same way too. But sword is for combat not for slicing a food. Well you can consider it a sword literally but since it was being used in food so it's called knives. I like the way he cut, he got a very fantastic cutting skills.