Inexpensive mandolines are suddenly widely available. They're showing up in cookware shops and even in grocery stores. We're wondering if you have one yet.
These simple mandoline slicers create crunchy paper-thin slices of apple and fennel that will be the star of the winter salad bowl. While fancier mandolines, like the de Buyer V-Pro Mandoline, can do waffle and crinkle cuts and other tricks, they cost five times more. The attachments also take up space.
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I can't mention mandolines without saying: Be careful! Always use the finger guard. Mandoline blades are razor sharp and should be used and stored with caution.