Out of the Woods of Oregon Bread and Bagel Slicer, Alder
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- Made in America
- Slicer is made from Alder
- Slice all breads safely and easily
- Stainless steel blade is guaranteed to never need sharpening
- These items will continue to be useful and beautiful for years to come
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Live green- be green. Out of the woods of Oregon is proud of our green heritage. Long before it was fashionable, we were concerned with conserving our resources and caring for our environment. Our wood products are made in Eugene, Oregon using Oregon red alder. Red alder is a sustainable hardwood that flourishes in the lush climate of the coastal pacific northwest. Red alder is re-planted as it is harvested ensuring the sustainability of this beautiful resource for decades to come. Of equal importance to us, is the wise use of the wood. Much of our wood comes from local furniture manufacturers because we are able to use their short and narrow pieces (fall down) to create many of our products. Short boards, not long enough for their use, are used to make our cutting and serving boards. Very narrow pieces of wood are used to make our spice racks and push pulls. We even use our saw dust to heat many of our buildings. We offer an extensive line of cutting boards for basic kitchen use as well as a wide assortment of specialty boards great for serving dips, pate's, cheeses, and oils. We are proud to be wood workers in Eugene, Oregon and we hope you will enjoy using our products as much as we enjoy making them.
Top customer reviews
To use this knife it is laid on it's side and with a sawing motion, cuts the bread with the slice coming up between the blade and the wood frame. I find that I can make much more even slices and this is truly an improvement for my slicing. I used to start out doing one thickness and the slice would end up with a very skinny bottom or a very fat bottom. Now I can have a beautiful slice from my beautiful homemade breads.
I have my mom's old cutting board that she started house keeping with...we called it the pig board because it's in the shape of a pig. It's got to be over 75 years old now. I lay the bread loaf near piggy's snout which allows me to be able to slice down all the way through the bread. If I slice the bread on a flat surface, I find that I have trouble getting the knife all the way through the bread without hitting the flat surface. This is the only tiny flaw that I can find in the knife's design. No problem with piggy's help. The board allows the frame of the knife to go a smidgen lower than the blade.
I keep the pig board hanging on my kitchen wall and the bread knife hanging on top of it thanks to the leather loop the company attached. The board and knife nicely complement each other, making a nice wall adornment and keeping them handy to use.
I have never washed the knife as I just wipe it clean with a soft cloth. It stays looking like new. If you make your homemade breads, whether with a bread machine or totally by hand like I do, then this bread knife is indeed for you.