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Old 06-02-2017, 12:23 AM   #11
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I haven't seen a good paring knife for sale in awhile. I buy those cheap paring knives with paper thin blades on a plastic handle, 4 for a dollar.

Some short paring knives with thicker blades are hard to keep sharp. Running them thru a hand held sharpener is difficult because the blades are so short. I mostly use a paring knife for butterflying and de-vaneing shrimp. My cheapo ones do OK for that, not much else tho.

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