TSM Products Jerky Cutting Board and 10-Inch Slicer Knife
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- Unique jerky slicing tool for cutting thin strips of meat
- Food grade stainless steel
- Top rack dishwasher safe
- Pre-set to cut 1/4 inch slices of meat
- Includes food grade plastic insert for adjusting thickness of slices
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As for the included knife- Based on other reviews I actually bought a- Victorinox 12-Inch Granton Edge Slicing Knife with Fibrox Handle, but it hadn't arrived yet so I went with the included knife. Again pleasantly surprised, it did come dull but it only took a few swipes in my Wrenwane Kitchen Knife Sharpener and it was super sharp. The Victorinox has some big shoes to fill now.
If there was one improvement that I could recommend- it would be for a way to use the same thickness insert material to have an insert that would prevent the knife from nicking against the far side of the stainless steel holder.
You can tell these things are hand made. There are welding spots where the "guide" meets the sides or "handles" of the base. The welding is really sturdy so it shouldn't snap off or anything.
The cheap looking generic knife is EXCELLENT. It has a really sharp blade that slices very easily. I use it for trimming my meat as well.
The description says that the knife and board are dishwasher proof but doesn't specify if they plastic inserts are. I put mine in the dishwasher and they have slightly warped even in the top shelf. It in no way effects the function of them since the meat weighs them down when it is placed on them.
I really wish that they included a third insert for when the meat is too thin for your hand to be safely holding the meat. When it gets down to the last few slices it becomes VERY difficult to cut. I use a tiny little cutting board to place on top of it and push down so I can get those last few cuts, but that still isn't the best solution. I learned the hard way and was using my fist to hold it down.Read more ›
An electric meat slicer works as well but is much more work to setup, use, and clean.
Cutting the meat while partially frozen works OK but still inconsistent thickness.
I use both plastic inserts to get the slices thinner. 2 come with the slicer. Each is about 1/16 in thick. Without them, the slices are about 1/4 in thick.
The only complaint I would have is that it slides on the counter when cutting. I solved this by adding stick on rubber feet to the bottom. Problem solved.
- It's your typical "Made In China" product. Not terribly made, but not good either. One of the welds on the product left a pretty sharp spur on part of the cutting board that would've resulted in a pretty good cut if I wasn't careful. I took it in the garage and ground down the problem area with my dremel. Not a big deal, a little extra messing around.
- The Knife - It did the job, but I will probably get a higher quality slicer for next time. The plastic handle mold was rather sloppy having alot of extra plastic burrs on it from bad molding job. I had to take out my pocket knife and cut them off to make it more comfortable in my hand. Again, not a huge problem, but worth mentioning.
- Stainless Steel. Easy to clean and doesn't hold any meat residue or blood how some woods can.
- I like that the unit has a slot for the knife. This is not a huge deal, but I kind of liked it as a feature.
- It does come with 2 pieces of plastic to adjust your thickness of cuts.
- Not too large, so storage is not a problem.
I did 1 hind quarter of a red deer, which didn't take too long to do. I recommend that you rotate the piece of meat 180° after each cut. This just helps to cut the piece even during the whole process. Also be sure to oil your jerky racks!!! Found that one out the hard way.
Overall: This thing is not bad for the price. If you want something to do jerky, but don't want to spend all the money for a big electric slicer, this is a decent option. The knife that comes with it will work, but I'd prefer a better slicer.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
arrived broken :/. I had high hopes for this product unfortunately, it was of really poor quality. The welding work is very coarse and one of the sidebars was broken by the time it... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Pavel Dominguez
Works perfectly! I was worried about it when I bought it, but it worked great ! Cheaper then buying a slicer.Published 1 month ago by Matt Costa
So overall I am happy with the product. The stainless steel tray is thick and sturdy. I am going to put rubber feet on the bottom because it does slide around. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gabriel Sprigel
Sharpest knife I own! You really need to get the meat the perfect stiffness from freezing - too much and the blade will wander up and get stuck, too little and your thickness is... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Philip M. Diffenderfer
Safe way to slice meat thin. I have used it on fish, chicken, ham, steak.Published 3 months ago by shinyhalo
For small scale jerky making this is a good product. It takes a little bit of practice to get the hang of it, but it gets the job done. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Just Me