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Of all the household tools I have, I think a mandoline’s the last one I’d choose for an affair... more power to you.
 

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I am in the last stages of a scab. Took a large chunk of my knuckle cutting up carrots to ferment using a mandolin. I threw it out, tho cutting 4 lbs of carrots might make me get another.
 

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Gotta live on the edge. Hold the product under your palm.
 

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In addition to those full sheets that are going to cost me $1.5M in upgrades, I also got a handful of quarter sheets. Holy sheet! See what I did there 😉?

Those things are so incredibly useful. Great for moving stuff to and from the grill, works for marinades. Baking too! Why in the hell have I not been using these all of the time for the past 15 years?
 

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I'm also an anti-mandolin fan evidently because I'm too uncoordinated :) Too many cuts involved.
 

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I've had this chunk of walnut and a stack of magnets sitting around for months - finally got off my butt and made a knife bar for myself. I'm happy with the way it turned out... and now to replace a few of these knives with something more fun.

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Got at new weight today, a bit of an impuls buy, but the price was really good.
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I've had this chunk of walnut and a stack of magnets sitting around for months - finally got off my butt and made a knife bar for myself. I'm happy with the way it turned out... and now to replace a few of these knives with something more fun.

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Simple and really nice - might have to try doing something similar for my kit!
Looking forward to seeing what you get for the replacements.
 

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Thought I needed a new small pan that would act as a 20cm sauté pan, a braising pot and a general saucepan.

Settled on this 2.7 liter 20cm Fissler, I’m really happy with it. Great quality, great heavy duty lid. It’s about to get covered and spend a couple of hours in the oven.

The le creuset in the background is 4.25 liters, too big for lots of applications nowadays
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smaler pure cast iron Skeppshult casserole i like a lot. The lid is also a grillpan and not as big as my le creuset casserole.
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I'll be seriously disappointed if you're trolling. Where'd you get it?
Amazon! I have a yellow one incoming as well (out of stock). I never troll when it comes to Hello kitty stuff. Infact, it was a particular hello kitty handle on a Shigefusa (from this forum) that first got me into the world of japanese knives. I was like "I love that handle! Whats that knife its attached to? What the heck is a ... shi ... Ge ...fu..sa? Huh?"
 

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I am in the last stages of a scab. Took a large chunk of my knuckle cutting up carrots to ferment using a mandolin. I threw it out, tho cutting 4 lbs of carrots might make me get another.
Cut-resistant glove is probably a good idea when free-handing with a mandolin. Or use one of those bell-shaped holders.
 

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Cut-resistant glove is probably a good idea when free-handing with a mandolin. Or use one of those bell-shaped holders.
+1 for the gloves
first time I used a mandolin a sliced the tip of my finger clean off
gloves are easy to use and don't get in the way like those holders do
 
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