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Off To Market Recap: Mandoline

To kick my culinary skills up a notch, I've decided to invest in a mandoline. Pronounced mahn-duh-lee, a mandoline is a compact, hand operated machine similar to a cheese grater. Instead of grating, the blades can be set to various settings to cut vegetables and fruits into uniform sizes. With this fabulous little gadget, I can make melt in your mouth gratins and perfectly uniformed French fries. I asked you to head off to market in search of the most functional mandoline. You saved the tool in in the Yum Market on TeamSugar with the keyword tag Mandoline. As much as I would love to be able to afford a super sleek $200 mandoline, I'm more inclined to purchase a reasonably priced, practical mandoline like this one bookmarked by mellie_608. It has five blade attachments to cut waffle, straight, or julienne slices and it's on sale! Awesome find mellie! Scroll through the list to check out the rest of the finds.

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bobcatsteph3 bobcatsteph3 9 years
We have the pampered chef one too and really like it. America's Test Kitchen basically said as long as it's sharp enough the price doesn't have to be exorbitant to get a good one. Just watch your fingers!!
bobcatsteph3 bobcatsteph3 9 years
We have the pampered chef one too and really like it. America's Test Kitchen basically said as long as it's sharp enough the price doesn't have to be exorbitant to get a good one. Just watch your fingers!!
dzzylizee dzzylizee 9 years
You might want to consider a Pampered chef Mandolin. It's about $85 and works really well. Plus it has a guarantee/warranty with it.
soupergirl soupergirl 9 years
some things are just worth the extra bucks
soupergirl soupergirl 9 years
Bought a cheap one once and it worked horribly. Using my chef's knife was a breeze comnpared to it. If you're going to invest, INVEST!
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