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deep or shallow 18" wok?

Hiracer | Dec 30, 201401:50 PM     4

Got the hand-hammered 14" wok from WS and am loving it. Prolly gonna get a gas burner for outside use too.

Toward that end, I'm also thinking of getting an 18" wok for larger meals.

Question: I have found a shallow and a more normal deep 18" wok. I think I prefer the deep wok, but am open to thoughts, observations, experiences, and opinions. Which one should I get?

http://www.amazon.com/Eastman-Outdoor...

http://importfood.com/media/cwsv5001l...
and http://importfood.com/cwrk3201.html

TIA.

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