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    Slice O Matic

    Slice O Matic is slicing things just to hard .
    do your hands get in the way of your knife's
    Slice O Matic is for you .https://www.sliceomatic.com/?uid=42E...1EC5D08DBED535

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    And have at it with eatNtool[IMG][/IMG
    actually this would be ok for hiking

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    Quote Originally Posted by steeley View Post
    Slice O Matic is slicing things just to hard .
    do your hands get in the way of your knife's
    Slice O Matic is for you .https://www.sliceomatic.com/?uid=42E...1EC5D08DBED535
    It lets you Slice Slice Slice, your prep time in half!

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    Oh my! Are there actually people who buy this crap?


    Feel free to visit my website, http://www.rodrigueknives.com
    Email pierre@rodrigueknives.com

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    AND make a million in doing it .
    i going have my fan knife on the market soon four knifes replace the fan blades and you just throw food at it mmmmmmm coleslaw.

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    Never know what knife to use it is confusing.[IMG][/IMG] WELL not anymore.

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    Steeley- you see that slice o **** at the fair? I ate 4 deep fried tweekies and a bbq turkey leg. I love going to the fair and heckling the guys in the expo building! Love the SD County Fair!

    Pesky

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    That is funny. There is however a tiny part of me that would love to get it and do a full video review of it. I could even do the onion blindfolded like that chick and spoof Salty's video where he chops an onion blindfolded and then gives everyone the finger. (That is still one of my favorite videos.) I don't know, I could see how it handles cassava root, waxed turnips, flaccid carrots and all sorts of stuff.

    k.
    "In Japan they don't call it Japanese food, they just call it food." -- Children's Hospital Quote

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    It's just a mandoline with a catch container, lever actuated, and better guard. I would rather use one than a mandoline/benriner. By using the guard and moving the blade not the product, makes it pretty tough to cut yourself. Problem is it is probably very cheaply made.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    No i did not see them there i did go by the Cutco table and fine julienne there carrots . man there knife s were dull and rough ground
    the guy asked me What kind of knife's i have and i said Japanese steel
    he then said you a chef , yea he then walked a way.[IMG][/IMG]

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