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food slicers

Posted by roman_gardner (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 1, 07 at 14:07

in our kitchens, food and vegetable slicers are important.

which are good to use ? flat or box or mandilins.

can some one suggest better quality and source.

are there hand tools to cut slices from potatos for wafer thin chips like fritos.

does any one have slicers made in forign country.

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RE: food slicers

There are a lot of cooking forums on the Garden Web sites. You would probably get more hits on your post there than on the Health Forum.

Good Luck! I have wondered about which style is best too.

Here is a link that might be useful: Cooking Forum

RE: food slicers

I love my Cuisinart....with the 1 milimeter slicing disc....slices potatoes so thin you could read through them!
Linda C

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