Again this is all made with my smartphone as I’m far from any computer.
A folding dagger as beautifully designed and made is not a bushcraft knife.
But my very first modern folder back in 1993 has been a Gerber Applegate folding dagger.
The first models were made in a stainless steel close to 420Hc.
The Euroedge is made of S30V.
Cutting wood with it is like making chop sticks with a bastard sword: it was not designed for that. The Euroedge is like a weapon a Templar will keep at hand. The blade is massive and the stock is thick.
The handle is so well made G10 feels like carbon fibers.
It is one of the most beautiful Spyderco ever made and a real tour de force in pure hommage to ancient times.
This is my first post sent directly from my smartphone. As I’m looking for easier way to publish on the blog.
It was made at the occasion of preparing a quick lunch with mozzarella, salade and tomatoes with my Yojimbo2. Nothing fancy really but a very sharp and easy to clean knife is mandatory.
In the kitchen, its first use is to open bags. Many times you won’t find a pointy knife in a kitchen drawer so the sharp EDC like the Yojimbo 2 is handy to pierce plastics.
Another great test for the edge is the tomatoe skin. Tomatoes are fragile fruits and their skin can be tricky. If the knife is dull it will squash the tomatoe. You need a sharp toothy edge for best results. Chef goes very fast for that matter. Fast means sharp fresh edge.
The S90V has been refreshed yesterday after whittling with Ghost.
The last part was the mozzarella balls to cut in loaf. It’s sticky on the blade and very flabby. You need a broad knife to work on it. A Chef knife could have been handy but the Yo2 was able to deliver its task.
Again SD knives can be used for EDC tasks especially kitchen unless they are a Kerambit. 😉