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Weston Cabbage Shredder (70-1401-W), Stainless Steel Blades, Shreds 7mm Strips, Easy Grip & Clean Up
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- Sturdy wood construction
- Three super sharp, stainless steel blades
- Shreds are approximately 7 mm strips
- Disassembles for easy clean-up
- Fitted handle for easy grip
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Weston Cabbage Shredder
Perfectly shred bounties of cabbage for homemade coleslaw and sauerkraut. It's as simple as placing a head of cabbage into the handguard and sliding it back and forth. Three stainless steel blades do most of the work, in no time at all, as piles of 1mm cabbage strips spill from below the board. Easily nests over basins and fermenting crocks. Hand guard can be removed for cleaning. Solid wood construction and durable steel blades for a lifetime of use. Not just for cabbage, this shredder is also great for slicing apples, carrots, potatoes and other firm fruits and vegetables.
- All pine construction
- Three stainless steel blades
- Includes pusher with thumb guard to secure cabbage head & protect fingers
- One-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
About Weston Brands
The mission of Weston is to fuel a movement of food traditionalists with enduring, well-built products needed for a self-sustaining approach to food. Weston develops, markets, and distributes appliances and accessories under the proprietary Weston brand and private label brands. Products are designed for hunters, gardeners and food enthusiasts who have a passion for farm-to-table and field-to-table foods.
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|Color||Wood||Beech Wood||Wood||Stainless / White||Stainless Steel||白|
|Item Dimensions||9 x 2 x 23.6 in||1.5 x 9.5 x 25.5 in||6 x 17 x 1.25 in||10 x 24 x 1.5 in||11.25 x 20.5 x 25 in||5 x 13.5 x 1.25 in|
The fast and efficient way to make homemade coleslaw! Great for shredding cabbage or vegetables to make homemade coleslaw or sauerkraut. Simply place the cabbage in the wooden frame and slide it up and down while applying pressure to the cabbage.
Top customer reviews
I am anxious to try the shredder with some other vegetables. Potatoes are not practical, but I think if I rubber-band together a bundle of rhubarb it might work.
Mine came broken, but I managed to fix the split boards, in the process I discovered several production mistakes: the stepped blocks which position the knives were glued in wrong, so that the screws holding the blades split out the block at the edges, and the knives were misaligned so that the cutting thickness varied across the width. The first cut was aprox 2mm thick at the left and 3.5mm at the right. Second and third cuts about 1mm, which is about right. On attempting to use the board to slice cabbage, the cabbage jammed and bent the first blade.
The screws joining the sides were already corroding, so I replaced them with Stainless boat screws.
I suspect that this must be a factory second, though there is no mention of that in the advertizing. Can't imagine this company surviving if this is their run of the mill quality.
All in all, I feel I have been ripped off.
The blades are itself not very sharp and curved upwards so I imagine it is relatively difficult to use it.
I had better read the reviews - returning.
The sharp cutting blades present an obvious finger-slicing hazard, which the instructions address by cautioning the user to wear "Kevlar gloves." Where would you find such a thing? Would it actually help? I dealt with the problem by starting a new chunk of product atop the old whenever there got to be less than an inch or so between blades and fingers.
If you disassemble for cleaning, as recommended, be careful not to lose the tiny screws. And on reassembly, don't get any of the blades in backwards. It's easy to do.