Chefs swear by them. A good mandoline can save you hours of tedious slicing when you’re making dishes that require regular, even slices like au gratin potatoes, Asian cucumber salad, or cole slaw. Unfortunately, many traditional mandolines cost more than a hundred bucks in fancy kitchen stores. Ouch. Talk about slicer sticker shock.
Now you can forget all that. Today’s grommet, the Kyocera mandoline, is priced to bring the joy of thin slices to the deserving masses. That means you!
Here’s the real beauty part: This mandoline isn’t just less costly than traditional models, it’s actually better . The secret to this breakthrough is the super sharp ceramic blade. Unlike metal blades, ceramic will never rust and it won’t discolor your food. Another cool feature: the Kyocera is designed to be tidy and portable (no pile of blades or crammed kitchen drawers).
Our buddy Owen knows chefs who use the Kyocera even though they could afford the high-end models. So, say goodbye to mandoline sticker shock — and hello to really great, really thin slicing.