What's the best slicer to pair with my dehydrator?

If you're looking for the best slicer to complement your food dehydrator, you'll see you have plenty of options. Many people, including me, aren't great with kitchen knives. I like to dry a lot of food, but my knife skills need work. Things got a lot easier once I got a slicer.

  1. OXO Mandolin SlicerOxo Good Grips Hand-Held Mandoline Slicer
    • List Price: $22
    • Rated 4.5 stars out of 5
    • Adjustable for 3 thicknesses
    • Clear window for full visibility
    • Non-slip handle, knob, and foot
    • Hooks onto bowls
    • Dishwasher safe
    • It's an OXO
  2. Kyocera MandolinKyocera Adjustable Mandolin Slicer
    • List Price: $25
    • Rated 4.5 stars out of 5
    • Adjustable for 4 thicknesses
    • Ceramic blade
    • Designed to fit over bowls for easy slicing
    • Dishwasher safe
  3. Swissmar MandolineSwissmar Borner V-Slicer Plus Mandoline
    • List Price: $40
    • Rated 4.5 stars out of 5
    • Adjustable for 4 thicknesses
    • German surgical steel blades
    • Includes 3 inserts for different cuts
    • Easy storage

Safety First!

Cut Resistant GlovesYou can't go wrong with the slicers listed above. Personally, I try to get as many OXO products as I can because they're the most comfortable and sensible. The prices are reasonable and fits within my budget. I think my OXO is the best mandolin for the price.

Using a mandolin is a shortcut that saves a lot of time. Plus, it's safer to use than knives, so you may be able to let your children help out. Kids usually love dehydrated food snacks, and this is a great way to let them get involved in making them. Remember that these blades are just as sharp, so you may want to invest in a pair of cut-resistant gloves for safety, especially if your kids are going to help out.





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