KitchenAid RVSA Slicer & Shredder Attachment
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- Powered by your KitchenAid Stand Mixer. Fits all Household KitchenAid Stand Mixers.
- 2 Slicing Cones to slice a variety of fruits and vegetables thick or thin.
- 2 Shredding Cones to shred ingredients like cheese or carrots, fine or coarse.
- Includes two shredding cones, fine and coarse
- Includes two slicing cones, thin and thick
- Each works in conjunction with plastic housing and metal shaft
- Works with all KitchenAid household stand mixers
- Instruction book includes uses for cones and recipes
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Slice and shred cheeses for pasta or pizza, vegetables for stir fry, cabbage for slaw and so much more. Simply attach the KitchenAid Rotor Slicer/Shredder to the hub of your stand mixer and select your preferred slicer or shredder cone for quick and easy results. For everything you want to make. KitchenAid.
This attachment performs the cutting and shredding duties your food processor might: select the proper cone, slip it into the plastic housing, and attach all to your stand mixer's hub with a metal shaft. You can shred potatoes, onions, nuts, and chocolate, or slice vegetables for cooking or munching. While it adds versatility to your mixer, the unit is cumbersome to disassemble--more so than KitchenAid's other nifty attachments--and its several parts make it difficult to store. Still, it's easier on your arms than manual slicing and shredding, especially for large quantities, and all parts are dishwasher-safe. --Betsy DanheimSee all Product description
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The cones from our old unit (that are sharper than these new ones) fit the new unit with just a touch of grinding on the drive attachment, but I would be embarrassed to put these dull cones from the new unit on a garage sale. So off I go with the flat slicers to my workshop for a sharpening session. The serrated ones have a bit better edge, but they can't be sharpened anyway. They ground easily enough, but freehand with the Dremel tool was not producing a nice edge so I tried a flat file. The file cut easily, a sign of soft metal, way too soft for any respectable cutting tool. The flat cutter from our old unit on the other hand was too hard for the file to work at all.
The plastic unit looks nice; I haven't tried slicing anything yet. Having used our old unit for years I know it's strengths and weaknesses.
Bottom line: the metal in these slicer cones is softer than even the cheapest kitchen knifes. They don't have an edge new, can't be sharpened and couldn't possibly hold an edge if they had one to begin with. I am shocked that KitchenAid would put their name on this product.
"Simply attach ... for quick and easy results."
Far more effort than a knife, far worse results. Rear four slices took a couple seconds with a simple knife(Mercer Culinary Renaissance 6-Piece Forged Knife Block Set, Tempered Glass Block), front 'slices' were the result of using this product. Handling the blade drums and to secure/remove them from the drive shaft resulted in far more cutting-edge to skin contact than a knife would. A knife is quick to clean as well, while this required far more to be cleaned, and the white plastic got stained within the first use of attempting to slice carrots. For 'stainless' steel, it also rusts very easily.
There is opportunity for improvement on quality for sure. However, it's worth getting if you already have the mixer. We use ours all the time. Both the mixer and attachments have more than paid for themselves over the years in saved money for grated cheeses alone.
-It does all the work, so I don't need to lift a finger
-No more scraped fingers or knuckles with the manual shredders
-Veggie slicing is super fast
-It takes about 30 additional seconds to set up versus a manual shredder (no biggie)
-You need to cut blocks of cheese into smaller blocks to fit in the shredder
Reasons for shredding your cheese: pre-shredded cheese contains a lot of additional additives (starch and cellulose). These additives are what allow the pre-shredded cheese to have an expiration date of 90-100 days. You may also notice that it does not melt as easily as block cheese. With a baby on the way, it was an easy discussion to convince my wife that taking the extra effort to shred our own cheese was healthier for us and our baby to be. I quickly realized that shredding cheese is a real drag, even if it is healthier and cheaper than the pre-shredded. The KitchenAid shredder made this lifestyle shift easy and painless. It is worth both the purchase and taking up additional kitchen space.
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