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Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by kuan, Feb 28, 2014.
Pardon the mess. This guy is fast!
AND!!!!!!!!!!!!! The knife he's using ain't even Japonese made!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! /img/vbsmilies/smilies/lol.gif
Rockin the ginsu.
Yeah, but can he cut a tomato in midair with a samurai sword? lol
A bit of a mess, but... he was damn fast, when he stopped looking at the knife to look at something else for a moment i feared an accident would occur XD.
It was so fast, i couldnt confirm if the knife wa serated or not <_<.
For those who have yet to see this video...
I always wonder if this guy ever did get the job /img/vbsmilies/smilies/rolleyes.gif
Do I sense a bit of sarcasm in that? A teeny bit?
Comment was directed at the asian-made knife afficionados at the cheftalk knives thread!!!
And in our worldwide challenge "Cut-an-onion", the score is;
Self-declared onion cutting culinary guru vs Indian guy; 0-1
Turning that onion on the side, that's the dicey part.
Wow, he's quick! What about this guy making potato chips?
Had to watch that onion guy a few times. The trick is he doesn't go all the way through,
(but this is much faster than the standard half at a time way )that's why he can turn the
onion sideways without it going everywhere.
And my guess is his knife is serrated, by the scraping sound it makes going thru the onion.
Besides I don't think anyone in his right mind would look away while chopping that fast
with a really sharp smooth blade knife--diced fingers slow you WAY down,.
But the onion is so wobbly on its side. That's just a little scary to me, but with a serrated knife that would make sense.
And the potato chips guy, wouldn't some of them come out more cooked than others?
Also, how sanitary is newspaper? Have any studies been done? /img/vbsmilies/smilies/tongue.gif
That's probobaly the least of their worries.
I need to find a video of a guy in Thailand who fries chicken with his hands.
By this i mean and grabs the fried chicken with his hands in the oil as well as places them in the oil....
EDIT: ahh found the video here it is..
Let us not talk about cooking while camping in a forest. How clean are those stumps of wood I chop my vegetables on?
Fresh cut stumps or day old?
Organic USDA and health department certified oak.
Some newspapers in my country are highly poisonous.