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Totally amazing! Thanks for the detailed instructable.
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I'm surprised you didn't use Walnut Oil. It is a drying oil, unlike most other vegetable oils, and would suit that wood perfectly. I have used it for years on similar kitchen ware and also on metal surfaces like my carbon steel Chinese cleaver for rust prevention.
Your instructions say "Rinse and strain in the colander," but it's unclear what is in the colander getting rinsed & strained. It would seem from the preceding sentence that it's the green onions, though later I read "The cabbage once rinsed..." but can find no reference to rinsing the cabbage in your instructions. Could you please elucidate?
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Wait...shouldn't that have been "ultomater?"
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Nicer than olive oil for keeping a carbon steel blade nice is walnut oil. One of the few edible oils that is also a drying oil. Used it on my Chinese cleaver for about 40 years now...
Please complete this excellent instructable by telling us where you obtained all the parts. Thanks.
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