The Benriner Mandoline/Slicer - Professional Model 64mm
Mandoline/Slicer is used in Japanese commercial kitchens. The three cutting blades are designed to slice vegetables and other foods in a range of ways. Food is quickly ready to cook or serve.
Made in Japan.
What is special about the Benriner Mandoline Slicer?
There is a screw in the back to adjust the thickness of your slices from 0.5mm to 5mm.
There are 3 high-quality interchangeable stainless steel blades.
- Fine blade (1mm teeth);
- Medium blade (3mm teeth);
- Coarse blade (10mm teeth).
This range allows you to cut your potatoes, onions, radishes, carrots, tomatoes, apples, and other preferred foods into whatever you need: stir-fry pieces, chunky cuts, strips, or fun garnishes.
- The main body of the mandoline;
- 3 interchangeable blades;
- 1 finger guard (Sharp blades! Use with care.)
In 1940, the founder, Uyuki Yamamoto, first invented an original radish slicer in Iwakuni City in Japan. Five years later, the company was established officially as “BENRINER” after the name of the product. The first BENRINER was made of wood and mainly purchased by hotels and restaurants. It is now available for home use.
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