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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
It depends on what I am peeling.

is that a double-entendre?
post #17 of 21
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OK, here's a weird spin on it ... how many people peel pushing away from your body, and how many peel pulling toward it? I see lots of people pulling toward, but I learned to push away and it just feels wrong to do otherwise. and i think those yoke peelers definitely do better pulling toward.
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It depends on what I am peeling.
This. Carrots I tend to angle down and go away from me. Potato's I pull towards.
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is that a double-entendre?
post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by KJT View Post
Love this place, thanks for all the answers. Post in frustration and receive a bunch of great suggestions.



This guy? http://www.amazon.com/Kyocera-KC-P1-.../dp/B0000VLQUC


I think they sell a variety of styles, they should all work about the same (in terms of sharpness) as long as they are the ceramic bladed ones.
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The OXO i-series used to be available at Bed Bath but they stopped carrying it. Nobody else seems to have it.
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