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    Username Post: Hammering        (Topic#922505)
    Uptothehilt
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    05-05-12 23:01.17 - Post#2468071    



    Does hammering of the blade really help food not sticking?
     


    no chop
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    05-05-12 23:43.43 - Post#2468078    


        In response to Uptothehilt

    Maybe somewhat..

    As well as granton indents.

    But nothing replaces good geometry and grind for proper food release.

    In the end, hammer marks are aesthetic.
    "A sharp tongue is the only edge tool that grows keener with constant use."
    Washington Irving

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    BurkeCutlery
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    05-06-12 04:31.10 - Post#2468142    


        In response to no chop

    Not really. They are pretty though.

    The only gimmicky thing that has been shown to work(albeit anecdotally) is the giant indents on a Glestain.
    Eamon Burke

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