I lick the fatty yummy residue off the flat of steak knives everytime I eat steak .... Maybe it shoul read "Never lick the cutting edge of a steak knife; especially one Daren has sharpened."It should read "Never lick a steak knife that Daren has sharpened"
Good points. And don't forget if you have horses make sure you never let 'em come around the woodshop or sawmill when you are cutting walnut. Horses can have a sever reaction and can even die from getting a whiff of the stuff.Hey Kissdude: Along with all the other wonderful qualities of walnut, and I have use right smart of it, don't forget it has very toxic dust. Be sure use use a mask when you power sand. The walnut chips that come from your planer might look like they'd make attractive mulch, but they would kill most plants. I love walnut, but I have learned the hard way the truth of what I am telling you. Best regards, Walt Rollison/Littlhof.