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How to Sharpen Your Knife

Sharpening on a stone requires a little patience—and a lot of attention to the proper angle

Gary Junken
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The traditional method of sharpening knives—on a stone—can be a challenge, but it’s worth learning if you’re a DIY type. Norman Weinstein, chef-instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City, demonstrates the proper angle and technique. The traditional method of sharpening knives—on a stone—can be a challenge, but it’s worth learning if you’re a DIY type. Norman Weinstein, chef-instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City, demonstrates the proper angle and technique. 

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