The video starts off with Attoteki Fushinsha no Kiwami showing the materials used for creating the knife: a couple of 100% cotton underwear and briefs made from 92% nylon and 8% polyurethane, SoraNews24 reported.
In Japan, a dried, fermented, and smoked tuna called katsuobushi, dubbed the “world’s hardest food”, has proven its mettle by being turned into a functioning kitchen knife.
It’s pretty unbelievable, considering that katsuobushi, sometimes called okaka, is often used as flakes to top savory pancakes.
A cleaver-wielding man in Shenzhen, China recently went on a violent rampage inside a local Walmart outlet leaving two people dead and nine others injured.
Shenzhen police have arrested the 30-year-old suspect, identified only by his surname Jiang, after carrying out the attack on Sunday night at a Walmart store in the Bao’an District.
Anthony Bourdain, one of the world’s most widely known chefs, paid a visit to the person he calls the “finest chef of knives in the world” in the latest episode of his web series “Raw Craft.”
Bourdain met with Bob Kramer at his shop in Olympia, Washington, where Kramer introduced Bourdain to the secret techniques that go into crafting Kramer Knives.