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Get Fresh with the New Pull’n Slice Mandoline!

August 2, 2012


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Introducing the Pull’n Slice Mandoline! Our newest product is a one-of-a-kind mandoline that uses a push and pull motion to slice, instead of your hand having to apply pressure and move, as is the case with other mandolines on the market.Equipped with straight, french fry and julienne blades, the mandoline produces a variety of popular cuts with precision. Choose from four thickness settings to get your desired result. This versatile prepping tool slices tomatoes, dices onions, juliennes carrots and turns potatoes into french fries quickly and efficiently.

Rest long or thin foods in the convenient notch then place finger guard on top to slice safely. This design makes it possible to use the mandoline to slice nearly any food. As you get closer to the end of the food, the finger guard collapses, ensuring you get the most out of every fruit and veggie. Non-slip feet grip the countertop during slicing, providing stability and even more safety than regular mandolines.Check out the great How-To video with Erin, Chef’n’s resident product expert, to learn more!


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  1. August 11, 2012

    Hi MaryAlice,

    Thank you so much for your feedback about our Pull’n Slice Mandoline. We have also noticed that our instruction manual does not specifically call out how to dice onions and we are working on correcting this. You are correct, in order to dice onions you can use either the Julienne or French Fry Blades. The Mandoline does in fact only dice onions. Feel free to contact us, we are more than glad to walk you through the product.

    Jessica Ahlering
    Marketing Manager

  2. August 31, 2012

    How do I dice onions with the mandoline?

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