Using Japanese sharpening stones of various grits and considerable prices, Junskitchen set out to try and make an edge of a $1 kitchen knife. The results are impressive—but how long will they last?
[1,000 and 6,000] grits would be enough for a normal household knife. I used grits 1,000, 2,000, 5,000, 8,000, and 12,000 in this video. The higher the number, the finer the sanding and the sharper the knife will be.
I have a whetstone, faucet and a knife, but never quite get the results I want. So Cook with E’s guide to using them (“the only time I’ve ever seriously hurt myself in the kitchen was using a dull knife”) has sent me right back to the kitchen. Ethan recommends a fancy japanese model, but […]
This lightweight, durable MSR kitchen knife comes sharp and stays sharp. You can also sharpen it quite easily. I used to buy camping kitchen knives at the dollar store. I’d use them for a season, or part of a season, and then throw them away. They were cheap but unfortunately also disposable. Years ago this […]
Paying for things is all too easy online these days, and that’s why managing your money has gotten so hard. We’ve all done it: You sign up for a streaming subscription or gym membership, blow past the free trial date, and it becomes a part of your monthly expenses. Some of us juggle so many […]
We all know those gifts we get “for the kids,” the ones that parents are secretly more excited to open. Drones are a perfect example, but there’s a model out there that really doubles down on that appeal. Introducing the Space Fighter Building Block Drones, a series of space fighter drones that are a blast […]
The hardest part of web design can be nailing down the look. These days, even non-designers can easily spot a stale stock photo or lazily-made icon. What’s the solution? No matter what kind of artist you are, it’s always a good idea to widen your palette. And with more than a million vector images to […]