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Oneida 7-Piece Mandolin Slicing Bowl, Stainless Steel/Black

3.1 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews

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  • Large 1 quart stainless steel bowl
  • 4 slicing blades (large and small julienne, thick and thin slicing)
  • Secure fit cover
  • Protective safety holder for food
  • Dishwasher safe
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Product Description

Oneida's 7-piece Mandolin Slicing Bowl has 1-quart stainless steel bowl and 4 slicing blades (large and small julienne, thick and thin slicing). It had a secure fit cover, protective safety holder for food and is dishwasher safe.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 11 x 11 x 4.3 inches
Item Weight 1.9 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Oneida
ASIN B002XQ3ZGA
Item model number 57077
Customer Reviews
3.1 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #149,950 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#2,049 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Graters, Peelers & Slicers
Date first available at Amazon.com September 17, 2009

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I got my first one at Walmart. LOVED it. Finally accidentally melted it, so when Walmart didn't have it I found it here. Better price than it was at Walmart too. The best thing about it is that as you slice or whatever, it just falls right in the bowl. No mess at all, plus then you can keep it right in the bowl for serving. I use it all the time for cucumber and onion salads.
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Ok, as mentioned by another reviewer, Oneida was asleep at the wheel when they were sourcing the main slicing blade, or weren't paying attention to the quality control of the sharpness. It does a decent job on semi-soft vegetables and semi-soft cheeses, but that's it. UNTIL...... you get any decent hobbyist file and spend about 10 minutes - yes! 10 minutes! - putting a little more "sharp" on that main slicing blade. Then it becomes a LEAN, MEAN slicing MACHINE. Really ! Everybody knows "somebody" who's handy with tools such as a file, if they're not comfortable or experienced with a file themselves.
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Plastic parts started chipping off with first use. Is NOT sharp, does not cut through potatoes as show on the photo's. PLEASE do yourself a favor and dont buy this. It will waste your time and Amazons time to replace it.
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I had a old Oneida Mandolin slicing bowl that I used to cut onions at my BBQ business until it got dull. Ordered 2 new ones from you, and they are duller than the old one, they just tore the onions. I would like to send them back.
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By VL on June 22, 2010
I've had this item for years and love it. It's a little dangerous, but far less so (and less messy) than a regular mandolin that leans. Be sure to use the vegetable holder, keep it away from children and put away in a safe to reach place as the veg holder that hides the blade slips around. Or, remove the blade set and place into the vertical holder. I prefer to have mine ready to go with the blade I use most often, the thin slicer.

The interchangeable blade sets come in a holder and are easy to pop in and out, just lift with your thumb and slide out. You can quickly make julienne zucchini etc for salads. Switch out to thin slice a peeled beet, microwave with Annie's Shitake Sesame Dressing for 1-2min. Surprisingly good, not mushy. Slice or julienne jicama, carrots, onions, squash, raw potato, anything firm. Doesn't do too well with bell peppers, but does ok for the firmest parts of it. The stainless bowl you slice into is sturdy, well made.

OVerall, a great buy. The blades on my first set are still not dull after a few years. Of course, in the last couple of years we've been sourcing our steel from China and the quality is ... different. IF there is a problem with the ones I have gifted, or the one I am ordering, I will repost.
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I suppose I shouldn't expect too much for twenty bucks, but this thing goes beyond the bounds of ineptness to full-on dangerous. If you cook at anything beyond a microwave level, you learn pretty quickly that a dull knife is one of the most dangerous things in the kitchen, and this product gives you a whole bunch of low quality steel (they'll bend on a potato) blades that require significant force to cut. It's seriously scary that Oneida put this thing out on the market.
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I absolutely love mine. My mother has one and I have used hers a bunch of times. So much I asked her to get me one for my birthday. We made pickles and it was so easy slicing the pickles in different ways. The blade is sharp, but if you know what a mandolin is then you should expect that. Also, you can't rush when using it especially on potatoes, they are starchy and do like to stick, granted potatoes stick to knives when you slice them with all the starch. I would definitely recommend!
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