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Old 06-23-2017, 06:32 PM   #31
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Holy cow. What a project that is to replace the part. Like a jigsaw puzzle. You are a patient person to do that, and you will be rewarded with a most excellent slicer when done.

Love the paint jobs you fellas have done for your slicers, too. I say make room for those beauties in your kitchens, and show them off, too. These are some fun and useful gems.

Can you use the meat slicers for other foods? If so, what kinds?
I've also used it for cheese, bread, and of course, various kinds of meats (salami, deli, raw beef/pork for things like bulgogi). But really, the only thing it actually makes sense to use for is meat and cheese. :)
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Old 06-24-2017, 12:28 AM   #32
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Holy cow. What a project that is to replace the part. Like a jigsaw puzzle. You are a patient person to do that, and you will be rewarded with a most excellent slicer when done.

Love the paint jobs you fellas have done for your slicers, too. I say make room for those beauties in your kitchens, and show them off, too. These are some fun and useful gems.

Can you use the meat slicers for other foods? If so, what kinds?
Luckly I enjoy taking stuff apart and reassembling.
Can be like a puzzle, but the success is rewarding, especially when you don't have any pieces left over. I rather enjoy the process of waiting long enough from the tear down time, to reassembley, that I have forgotten how it came apart. True puzzle then.
Thanks for the patience compliment.

I'm sure it would cut almost any food group, but meat is my main use.

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Old 06-24-2017, 07:43 AM   #33
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Nice find! I like the lack of safety features and warning stickers.
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