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post #41 of 55

Hey Dave

 

Still loving this slicer ?  I am planning on buying one to do beef jerky and my Canadian Bacon with... SmokingB sent me your way

 

Thanks in Advance


Edited by Paul Catt - 3/31/14 at 10:11am
post #42 of 55
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You are welcome.......
post #43 of 55

Dave

 

My slicer came and I had a blast with it ... it was every thing you said it would be ... so easy to clean....of course my GF is convinced Im going to cut off a finger ... with all the guards on it I don't know how I could

 

I did some pastrami and roast beef with it   so far so good

 

Thanks again for you review

post #44 of 55
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Dave

My slicer came and I had a blast with it ... it was every thing you said it would be ... so easy to clean....of course my GF is convinced Im going to cut off a finger ... with all the guards on it I don't know how I could

I did some pastrami and roast beef with it   so far so good

Thanks again for you review





HAHAHAHAHAHA........ Bride thinks the same thing..... "Watch your fingers...... your gonna cut yourself....." .....

Glad you like it..... I'm liking mine more and more.....
post #45 of 55
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HAHAHAHAHAHA........ Bride thinks the same thing..... "Watch your fingers...... your gonna cut yourself....." .....

Glad you like it..... I'm liking mine more and more.....

mines thinks same yhing so i got couple of those kevlar cut resistant gloves

to keep her calm (don't know if they will work for slicer but they work for my mandoline

 

http://www.amazon.com/CUTShield-Classic-Resistant-Gloves-Approved/dp/B003DZ02MA/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1399623375&sr=8-2&keywords=gloves+for+mandolin

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HAHAHAHAHAHA........ Bride thinks the same thing..... "Watch your fingers...... your gonna cut yourself....." .....

Glad you like it..... I'm liking mine more and more.....


Hey Dave this is the same woman that was convinced I was going to kill us all with the pink salt in the C-Bacon ...now Im required to make it every three months ..Women :wife:

post #47 of 55
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HAHAHAHAHAHA........ Bride thinks the same thing..... "Watch your fingers...... your gonna cut yourself....." .....


Glad you like it..... I'm liking mine more and more.....


Hey Dave this is the same woman that was convinced I was going to kill us all with the pink salt in the C-Bacon ...now Im required to make it every three months ..Women wife.gif



Congrats on changing her mind.... home made is sooooo good... tweaked and twitched to massage the flavors makes it worth it.....
post #48 of 55
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HAHAHAHAHAHA........ Bride thinks the same thing..... "Watch your fingers...... your gonna cut yourself....." .....


Glad you like it..... I'm liking mine more and more.....
mines thinks same yhing so i got couple of those kevlar cut resistant gloves
to keep her calm (don't know if they will work for slicer but they work for my mandoline

http://www.amazon.com/CUTShield-Classic-Resistant-Gloves-Approved/dp/B003DZ02MA/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1399623375&sr=8-2&keywords=gloves+for+mandolin


I should get a couple pair of those.... Had a few on the charter boat... No idea where they are now...
post #49 of 55
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mines thinks same yhing so i got couple of those kevlar cut resistant gloves

to keep her calm (don't know if they will work for slicer but they work for my mandoline

 

http://www.amazon.com/CUTShield-Classic-Resistant-Gloves-Approved/dp/B003DZ02MA/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1399623375&sr=8-2&keywords=gloves+for+mandolin

 

They should work fine for PPE for a slicer as they have level 5 cut resistance.

post #50 of 55


you guys hit it on the nose....tried everything but can n to get a good slice of bacon....CB works fine on it.

post #51 of 55


did you use the smooth blade or the serrated one....I have both and was thinking of using the smooth one...had all my problems with the serrated blade.....also bought the lube and the sharpener...it works well on the 165 model

post #52 of 55
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The smooth blade is for meats.... the serrated blade is for crusty breads.... The meat should be partially frozen to get good slices... I put the bacon slab in the freezer for 3-4 hours before I slice it.....
post #53 of 55

I just got the 609 which is a lower end model, but seems to work really well for me so far. I won't be a heavy duty user.

 

Gary

post #54 of 55

Just sliced my first pepperoni with the smooth blade...it worked like a champ!!!!!

 

post #55 of 55
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Sure looks good..... .icon14.gif
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