Update International (WSER-7) 7" Wood Handle Serrator
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- A serrator can be used to cut any number of vegetables into unique shapes and sizes
- This serrator’s blade is made of durable stainless steel
- Handle is constructed of wood for an easy and comfortable grip
- The handle is attached via brass rivets that will keep this serrator in good working condition for years to come
- Measures 7-inch length
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A serrator can be used to cut any number of vegetables into unique shapes and sizes. This serrator’s blade is made of durable stainless steel. Handle is constructed of wood for an easy and comfortable grip. The handle is attached via brass rivets that will keep this serrator in good working condition for years to come. Measures 7-inch length. Blade measures 4-3/4-inch length by 7-1/4-inch width.
Top Customer Reviews
If you are not so good cutting uniform cuts with a knife, just take your time and carefully cut your carrots with this tool in 1/8, 1/4 , 1/2, or 2 inch hunks. In a whole dish of vegetables like in a stir fry, the only vegetable that will stand out will be your ripple cut carrots.
In a potato salad, cut up one carrot this with this tool, blanch in boiling water for a minute, and plunge into ice water. Drain on a napkin and add to a potato salad. It will be a visual treat and will "up" the food value.
I also suspect that children would be more acceptable to eating carrots if they were ruffle cut as you can also cut the carrots both ways and make little squares.
And french fried potatoes look great. Yes, you could get the mandolin, put it together for ripple cuts, or if you are making 1 or 2 potatoes, just use this tool and you will be finished while your buddy is still putting the mandolin together (and you don't need a finger protector with this tool as with a mandolin).
Just my observations - hope it helps. Oh, the wood looks something like teak on my tool. It usually comes with a plastic blade guard so if you run into it in the darkness of a drawer, you won't get cut as the blade is sharp.