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MANDOLINE

A mandoline is a manually operated vegetable slicer. It has 2 adjustable blades, one plain and one grooved, held in a stainless steel (or wooden) frame, with folding legs. A mandoline is used to slice firm vegetables such as potatoes, carrots, cabbage, etc., into julienne strips, french fries, waffle cuts, etc.

 

 

 

 

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