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Supposedly, when frozen, foam core becomes slightly more rigid
and stands up against the blade better rather than smooshing down
as the blade begins to dull. (@ foot # 3.75 ;-) So, yeah,
like frozen meat you get a little better control over detail cuts
like when prepping for a stirfry.
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> Henry, you may have started an exotic new thread...frozen foam
> core...is on the principle that to carve really thin pieces of
> you carve frozen, almost like shavings?
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