RE: [Histonet] A different way to cut??

From:"Zajic Kari"

That not only seems like an unnecessary amount of extra work to me, but isn't it just the same result?? Do his sections "look" better?? To each his own I say...I think everyone varies slightly on how they cut...I've never heard that one though! :)
Kari Marie Zajic HT,MLT
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-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of Brandi
Sent: Friday, August 11, 2006 10:54 AM
Subject: [Histonet] A different way to cut??


I have a new co-worker that has a different way of cutting, he professes that it is the new and improved way but we're unsure and wondering if anyone else has experience on this way. He faces into the block, places the block (not section) into a 42 degree waterbath for a few minutes, then into crushing ice for a few minutes, sprays the block with Frostbite and then obtains his section. Are we just too old school? This seems like a lot of work and hassle.

Thank you,
Brandi Farris
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