OXO 1155700 Good Grips V-Blade Mandoline Slicer, Set of 1 White
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- Sharp, V-shaped blade of hardened stainless steel easily slices both firm vegetables like potatoes and soft fruits like tomatoes with four easily adjustable slice thickness settings: 1.5mm, 3mm, 4.5mm and 6mm
- Straight and wavy blades for straight or crinkle cuts, and julienne blades for French Fries or fine julienne strips
- Food holder securely holds food and protects fingers, and textured runway keeps food from sticking
- Mandoline locks closed and feet fold in for safe and compact storage
- Soft handle and turning knob for comfort and non-slip feet for safety
- Mandoline body and food holder are top-rack dishwasher safe (hand wash blades)
- Recommended by America's Test Kitchen
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OXO Good Grips V-Blade Mandoline Slicer
The OXO Good Grips V-Blade Mandoline Slicer has four blades and an easy-to-use slice thickness adjuster for professional-grade straight slices, crinkle cuts, French fries, julienne cuts and more.
Stainless Steel V-Shaped Blade
Easily slice firm vegetables like potatoes and soft fruits like tomatoes. Choose from straight or wavy blades for straight or crinkle cuts or the small or large julienne blades for shredding vegetables or making fries.
Easy-Adjust Thickness Settings
Simply turn the knob to choose between 1.5mm, 3mm, 4.5mm and 6mm slice thicknesses.
Keeps Hands and Fingers Safe
The food holder securely holds food and protects fingers while slicing. The textured runway keeps food from sticking while slicing and the non-slip feet keep the Mandoline steady.
Convenient, Compact Storage
All four blades store on board, feet fold, and Mandoline locks closed for safe storage.
OXO's very versatile V-Blade Mandoline slices fruits and vegetables with ease. Four blades and a simple height adjuster make straight slices, crinkle cuts, French fries and julienne strips in a variety of thicknesses. The blades store on board and are easily removable for cleaning. A textured surface keeps food from sticking to the Mandoline and the food holder securely holds food and protects fingers. The handle and turning knob are soft for comfort and non-slip feet keep the Mandoline secure on the work surface. Fold the feet and lock the Mandoline for compact and safe storage. Hand wash the blades; the Mandoline body and food holder are dishwasher safe.
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I like that the Spiralizer has a separate box with drain holes in the bottom to store the blades; there is less opportunity to cut myself while the blades are drip-drying inside the box on my drying rack and it keeps them clean and safe when not in use. Other reviewers have complained that mandoline juice gets onto the blades stored onboard underneath this mandoline. So to simplify storage and cleanup I made myself a box for the blades (see attached photos).
Like other reviewers I've discovered that carrots stain the runway; after grating only two carrots and washing immediately afterwards with Dr. Bronner's Pure-Castile Liquid Soap (8 oz, Peppermint), there was a permanent orange stain. This surprised me as Dr. Bronner's soap usually removes almost everything, and I washed the mandoline immediately. I don't really mind how it looks since it doesn't affect function, but if that were important to me, I could imagine being upset.
I've cut oranges (thick) and onions (thin) so far. The food pusher worked just fine. The blade cut just fine. I've successfully minced onions using the "rotate 90 degrees on each cut" method, using the large (orange) julienne cutter in combination with the blue (3mm) setting on the v-blade. I've sliced mushrooms (those work best stem-side down toward the blade to get cut first). I've sliced ginger and garlic pretty cleanly on the 1.5mm setting. The food pusher does have some problems grabbing individual garlic cloves when they're mostly cut and only a little is left. I've tried julienning garlic into matchsticks with inconsistent results. I've tried waffle-cutting garlic cloves with inconsistent results. I haven't tried waffle-cutting anything else; I'm waiting for the chain mail glove to arrive so I can try it on carrots (I'd like to be able to make waffle-cut carrot "chips" for dips and not buy the yucky pre-cut ones in the store).
A word about the cut-resistant gloves:
I bought a cut-resistant pair of gloves NoCry Cut Resistant Gloves - High Performance Level 5 Protection, Food Grade. Size Small, Free Ebook Included! so that I could cut things that don't fit inside the food pusher. Unfortunately the tip of the glove caught in the blade as I was slicing the first onion, so in the end I returned them and bought the chain mail glove instead.
I think I'm going to invest in a pair of these gloves, instead Anself Stainless Steel Mesh Knife Cut Resistant Protective Glove High Perfomance for Kitchen Butcher Working Safety