Tips For Buying Cheese Slicers
If you love cheese, you must be aware of difficulties faced when cutting cheese. Buy a cheese slicer for your kitchen as it is a handy kitchen tool.
If you are thinking of investing in a cheese slicer, here are some tips for buying cheese slicers.
Cheese has a nasty habit of sticking when you slice it. It tends to stick to the blade requiring you to stop your slicing and peel it off the knife. This process is fine when you are slicing a small quantity of cheese but it can be a tedious task if you have to slice cheese in a large quantity.
So what do you need to look for in a cheese slicer?
Well you should select the cheese slicer depending on your comfort; there are different ways of slicing a cheese but your comfort is more important in this situation.
For example if you want to slice cheese with a knife, use a knife that has indentations or holes so that the cheese doesn’t have space to stick on but after a few slices, the indentations get jammed and you have to whip the knife after every three slices. So a knife is not a good choice for slicing cheese.
The most useful cheese slicer is a stainless steel wire piece.
Usually this wire is attached to an arm and it is pulled down through the cheese. The wire fits into a small wood at the end of a cutting board which allows the wire to pass completely through the cheese.
The basic concept in the above process is that the wire has very little area so the cheese cannot stick to it. Many of the large cheese houses use this cheese slicer.
One more choice is the industrial spinning blade cheese slicer. Many people prefer this cheese slicer because the blade spins and the cheese doesn't get an opportunity to stick on to it.
If you are looking for a good cheese slicer, consider the above options. Enjoying the cheese should be your final goal. It doesn't matter how you slice the cheese.
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