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New West KnifeWorks Chef 8 Fusionwood v2.0 Reviews

Jim Berman

New West KnifeWorks Chef 8 Fusionwood v2.0

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Pros: Lighter than original, gorgeous craftsmanship

Cons: Blade depth might be shallow for some users

NewWest Knifeworks Fusionwood Chef 8 2.0 Jim Berman CCI   Life in the kitchen requires undeniable skills.  A functional cook should know how to prepare rice in myriad ways, roast a chicken, handle vegetables and sear a piece of fish, for instance. Not surprisingly, to perform each of those functions, there is the need to effectively handle a knife. And, by effective, I mean, the ability to process a significant quantity of product in as little time as possible while balancing quality output. Muscle memory – the habit one develops from repetitive practice, much akin to the baseball player’s ability to make contact between a bat and ball or  even the agile dance of...
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