Adjustable mandolin with a ceramic blade.

We bought one of these Kyocera ceramic mandolins recently, because we were curious to see how a ceramic blade would compare to a steel one. And it has not disappointed. The blade is almost too sharp, so the handle for whatever you’re slicing is not to be ignored. Any macho chef stuff is hereby strongly discouraged. We’ve cut most anything on it. from cheese via ham carrots without any sign of the blade getting duller. It is promised to stay sharp ten times longer than a steel blade, so we’ll see. Another feature is the easy adjustment of the cutting thickness. All you do is turn a square rod on the back of the mandolin. There are four different thicknesses available – 0.5 mm, 1.3 mm, 2 mm and 3 mm. Machine washable. It’s available for instance on Amazon- for USD 24:95.brbr

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