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Cuisinart CTG-00-MAN Mandolin, Black

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  • Exclusive Cuisinart, patent pending design
  • Soft-grip handle and feet and unique holder design
  • Safety and storage features for blades
  • Food processor blade technology and adjustable slicing width
  • Dishwasher safe
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 7.5 x 16.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: CTG-00-MAN
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,479 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Black

The Cuisinart CTG-00-MAN
Includes 4 interchangeable blades

Cuisinart CTG-00-MAN Mandoline

Prep Food with Ease

The Cuisinart Mandoline is the perfect tool for preparing many culinary delights. It is designed to cut and slice food easily, with a uniquely designed food holder and interchangeable blades. The premium mandoline features ultra-sharp stainless steel blades, made with the same precision technology used to forge Cuisinart's food processor blades. A unique holder pushes food into the blade to slice more efficiently; a safety cover flips over the blade when not in use. With five cutting options and a simple slide lever to adjust thickness, you may find yourself using your Cuisinart Mandoline every day.


The Cuisinart CTG-00-MAN
  • Soft-grip handle for comfortable hold
  • Collapsible legs for easy storage
  • Nonslip feet to hold mandoline in place
  • Safety cover and storage slots to prevent injuries from sharp blades
  • Four interchangeable stainless steel blades with 5 cutting options - straight edge/crinkle cut, shredding, fine and thick julienne - made with Cuisinart Food Processor technology
  • Thickness adjuster moves blade height to 1/16-inch, 1/8-inch, 3/16-inch, 1/4-inch, 5/16-inch, 3/8-inch
  • Food holder with nonslip push pads that lower food into cutting position
  • Adjustable stainless steel cutting runway – locks into upper and lower positions for use with different blades
  • Includes a cut-resistant glove, which should always be worn when using the mandoline
  • Recipe booklet included
The Cuisinart CTG-00-MAN
Cut-resistant glove
Care Instructions

The Cuisinart Mandoline cleaning process is simple. Once you have removed the blades and runway, just place them as well as the food holder into your dishwasher. The Mandoline body is hand-washable only and the cut-resistant glove is machine washable.

In the Box

Cuisinart Mandoline, food holder, straight edge/crinkle cut blade, shredding blade, fine julienne blade, think julienne blade and cut-resistant glove.

How to Use
  1. Before your first use, hand-wash the body of the mandoline and all components.
  2. Unfold the legs to stand the unit up.
  3. Loosen the runway adjuster knobs to properly position the runway. Slide and drop the runway into the upper position for julienne or the lower position for slicing and shredding. Tighten the knobs to lock the runway in place.
  4. Insert the desired blade into the opening on the side of the mandoline, where it will snap into place.
  5. To adjust the thickness of the slice, slide the lever to the desired position. The shredding blade will only work on the 1/16-inch setting.
  6. Push the prongs of the food holder into the food to secure it.
  7. Hold the mandoline's handle firmly with one hand. With the cut-resistant glove on your other hand, grip the food holder and slide it down the runway and over the blade in a smooth, even movement. Repeat.
  8. Squeeze the side grips to lower the food while guiding it into the cutting blade.
  9. When done, always engage the safety cover and store the blades in the unit.
The Cuisinart CTG-00-MAN

Customer Reviews

Russet potatoes and uniformly cut fries.
S. Young
The food holder really sucks!...the prongs are too far apart to hold anything properly, and that glove seems so inconvenient (but do understand the reason for it).
This product works very well and does exactly what it promised.
Kathryn Hopkins

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Mayflower Girl TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 7, 2012
Color Name: Black Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I had my first mandolin, Swissmar Borner V-1001 V-Slicer Plus Mandoline 6 Piece Set, for 9 years. I bought it after seeing the recommendation on a healthy cooking show and loved it. It worked well--and really increased the amount of veggies we ate.

The Cuisinart is definitely fancier. There are a few features I like that I didn't have on my basic v-slicer such as:

* adjustable gauge for thickness--with actual measurements on it
* comes with a cut-protecting glove (which I can let my kids use when learning to chop veggies)
* the fold-down blade protection guard

I'm not sure if all of those features are worth the increased price, though. It works like any other mandolin... you put whatever you're slicing into the holder...and go back and forth. Still, it works well. I've used onions, eggplants, and potatoes on it so far. The eggplant stained my white v-slicer, but did not affect the stainless steel/black of the Cuisinart which is nice.

I think if you're not sure if you're going to like/use a Mandolin, then go with the Swissmar V-slicer. If you have one, and are looking for a more "deluxe" model, then the Cuisinart may be for you. Whichever you choose, always use the holder for the food you're slicing.
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43 of 46 people found the following review helpful By S. Young VINE VOICE on October 28, 2012
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1 star

Why one star? This is Cuisinart!

Well, I believe that something that costs 70 dollars, or regular price 130 dollars better stand up to its name and cut like a hot knife through butter.

Now, I have the Swissmar Borner V slicer that I got for 30 dollars and it's actually a really good mandoline. But I thought the Cuisinart would be so much better.

I mean, with the straight edge it has a waffle cut edge, a grater, a thin and thick julienne for an identical cut and fries. AND- you can dial in the thickness you want.

The Swissmar has a straight edge that can be a thick or thin, and the thin and thick julienne.

First off, the Cuisinart is really good looking, it's durable with metal parts, and the back legs flip out so it stands on its own, it even has a glove so you don't cut yourself. If looks were a part of this, it would get stars for it - and maybe that's part of why it gets one star.

I did an onion on the thinnest setting first and it went through pretty smooth. The food holder that you use so you don't cut yourself has 4 prongs and the push in tabs on the sides moved the food down as you slice. It was pretty cool, but I soon learned that there's a ¼ inch high side to this mandoline, so ¼ of your food doesn't get cut. My Swissmar has one too, but it's about an 1/8 of an inch.

Next, I try out carrots. These are hearty homegrown carrots from my garden. The cuisinart didn't like them, they stuck halfway through the straight blade on a thicker setting and they even jerked a little in the thinnest setting. Swissmar whizzed through them, thick or thin.

I then tried the grater with the carrot. I got little pieces when I pushed.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Rachel Himes on April 15, 2013
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I've had 5 different mandolin cutters in the past few years and so far, this one is my favorite.
To put it bluntly, the safety guards on all of them are about the same. Awkward. But the purpose of them is to keep your fingers from coming in contact with the blade. Not that I promote doing this, but I never really use them.

I love that this one has a safety cover. The design of it is such that you snap it in then fold it into place. It's not just a press on, so there's no chance of it being knocked loose in storage leaving you in danger of grabbing the blade while rummaging for your mandolin.

The blade is about equally sharp as any new cutter I've ever used. And yes, you do have to sharpen them sometimes. No blade will stay sharp forever. The more you use it, the more you have to sharpen it.

My favorite feature by far is the turn dial on the side which allows you to click to a fraction of an inch measurement so you know exactly what size your slices are going to be. Perfect. With most mandolins, you just loosen a screw, reset the blade a bit and retry your cuts until they are what you want. Most of them do not have any kinds of lines or markers to indicate the thickness of the cut. Some have only full open or full closed and a few in the middle have a thick cut and a thinner one with nothing in between. Unlike some of the ones I have that have a full range of adjustment, this one did not lose it's position while I was cutting.

It takes a little practice to find the right speed for slicing. Different vegetables or fruits slice better at different speeds. They also vary by ripeness. A tomato that is overripe will not slice on a mandolin, it will smash and bruise.
I cut a hard, white onion into beautiful 1/4 inch slices in just seconds.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kevin C VINE VOICE on November 20, 2012
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I use my plastic Borner mandoline (Swissmar Borner V-1001 V-Slicer Plus Mandoline 6 Piece Set) at least a few times a month. I liked the more substantial and attractive stainless steel body of the Cuisinart, and thought I would replace the Borner with it. The Cuisinart is easy to store and assemble and easy to change blades once you read the directions and actually follow them. The problem is that when you push food through the Cuisinart you are hitting a straight blade a few inches wide which requires significant force to make the cut. The Borner has two blades forming a wide V where the food item enters. This angle starts the cut on both sides and cuts smoothly and quickly as you move the food down the channel. Despite the Cuisinart being well made, attractive and much more adjustable than my Borner, it just is not the right design to get the job done.
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