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Old 09-18-2011, 02:46 AM   #1
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Food slicer for home use

Can anyone recommend me a food slicer for home use please. Pretty much just for sandwich meats.

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Old 09-18-2011, 04:51 AM   #2
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homeoutfitters has a good warning pro/ cuisinart one for 129.99. Come in to the qb one and ill give u a 25% off coupon to use if u have a hbc creditcard
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Where are you buying while deli meats from?
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Old 09-19-2011, 12:31 AM   #4
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i normally just buy my deli meat from superstore... you guys ever wonder how the deli people make their meat into a giant ball? like a chicken breast can only be so big yanno...
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I mean where are you getting it whole that you need a deli slicer?

The only deli meats I try to get are things like salami style meats, proscuitto and pancetta. I won't touch that deli style roast beef, chicken or turkey breast. You're better off just getting one, poaching it and slicing it with a knife, cheaper and more meat too.
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My buddy has this one and it works perfect. The great thing abotu Costco.ca is you dont need a membership to buy online

Costco - Nesco® Professional Food Slicer
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I purchased one similar to those "home pro" types. They are better than the all plastic type, but still have a lot of plastic, including the gears. Broke the gear after about 2 weeks of periodic use. Motor will whine, but blade doesn't turn.

I ended up buying a used "pro" off of Craigslist for $250. Even has sharpening stones to hone the blade during use. It's a Berkel 808 but warning ya, you gotta have the space for it, it's huge and heavy (all metal).
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