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    Quote Originally Posted by AFKitchenknivesguy View Post
    I'm about to buy a commercial slicer. All the home ones are a POS.
    Is it true that commercial slicers slightly cook the meat when slicing it?

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    Just a question: how do you juice lemons? Hand, squeeze press, electric?

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    Mass quantity with a kitchen aid attachment a chinoise and a bucket.

    Small - medium quantity my stainless steel citrus reamer or a fork.
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    Interesting. I use a reamer, but I always wondered how they were done in bulk without a uni-tasker juicer.

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    Most awesomely epic thread topic here... THANKS ! !

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    vitamix & vollrath fry pans.

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    Gallon bottle sold at rest. Depot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalleNAK View Post
    I have one of those big stainless steel buffet pans that comes in really handy for prepping meat for the bbq and storring the meat once pulled off the grill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Is it true that commercial slicers slightly cook the meat when slicing it?

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    Only if you're working inside the oven.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Is it true that commercial slicers slightly cook the meat when slicing it?

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    probably, depending on how slightly you mean by slightly.

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