Meat slicer

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Once the power is on, the blade start moving. Have a minor scratch from that. Have a lot of learning to do on the mechanics of slicing but am impressed with first run. This is a pork belly after 4 hours in smokers [first MES then charcoal unit.]
 

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Once the power is on, the blade start moving. Have a minor scratch from that. Have a lot of learning to do on the mechanics of slicing but am impressed with first run. This is a pork belly after 4 hours in smokers [first MES then charcoal unit.]

Nice! This thing is awesome, and just wait how easy it is to clean up versus other slicers.

All the parts come off and can go into the dish washer and no real nooks and crannies and where there may be you can easily get your finger and a paper towel in there to clean :)
 
I use a pipe cleaner, dipped in hot soapy water and run it in the little recessed area below the blade housing, They are cheap and do a fine job of getting the meat slivers out.
When we have a rump roast for dinner, we chill the left over 'hunk' and slice it thin the next day for sandwiches. Same with ham. Really great!
 
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