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    Quote Originally Posted by Geezer View Post
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    I would say that they are not 'great' for knives as they are Excellent For Knives!
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    I spent a lot of my high school off time with one by my meat cutting block at a shop and summers in a kitchen as a sous chef. Got the upgrade to chef after honing the chef's Prime Rib knife to hair popping. Proved I was trainable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cudarunner View Post
    I would say that they are not 'great' for knives as they are Excellent For Knives!
    I remember seeing one of them unceremoniously thrown to the ground when I was at Roosy Rhodes in PR in 99. Apparently one of the Mess Specialists at one point had put veg oil in the housing and all over the stone and it had gelled up and got rancid and nasty on it. It got thrown out and I almost cried. It looked new other than what the moron had put it through.
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