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very useful – I had no idea how to do that! Thank you so much.
Don’t forget about wiping of the tiny bits of metal after sharpening!
I have been looking for a way to teach my grandson to cook properly. This was very helpful. I intend to watch often with him. Thanks
what about serrated knives?
Thank you – this video and part 1 were fantastic for us older (i.e., middle-aged) kids too!!!
P.S. I love Emily’s very thoughtful questions.
Don’t forget to keep the steel’s protectors perpendicular to the angle of the knife blade as you sharpen otherwise they will not protect the top of your hand should the knife slip!
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Love it. Great video Leanne.