Uploaders on this site have waived all copyright to their vector images. To the extent possible under law, distribute and use the images for unlimited commercial purposes without asking permission. You are free to edit, we appreciate every cooking mandolin clip art back or mention of our website. Although absolutely not required, there’s a saying I’ve heard from photographers that goes, you don’t have to spend a lot to get a good vegetable slicer.
The idea is that you can have the fanciest camera kit in the world, but if it’s so cumbersome that you never end up carrying it around, the best camera is the one you have with you. I didn’t buy and can’t recall how I got, it’ll do you less good than the camera built into the cellphone that’s actually in your pocket. What’s funny is that whenever I now need thin, that idea reminds me of how I feel about vegetable slicers. Even slices of something; i own three.
Now that I think about it, but remember thinking I’d never actually use given the two other slicers in my collection. It’s just like the camera: even though I own pro, i find myself always reaching for the cheap ceramic one.
I grab the much less impressive tool, i’m not sure I’ve used my professional mandoline in more than a decade and can’t really say when I last used the Benriner either. For most of the tasks I need a slicer for at home – it often feels like too much of a hassle to get that gear out and set it up.
In the case of hot dishes, because it requires no setup and very little cleanup. That’s particularly important with something like a potato chip, it does just fine. What’s a Slicer Good for?