Chef's Choice Slicers
Chef's Choice Sharpeners
10 Cup Coffee Makers
12 Cup Coffee Makers
8 Cup Coffee Makers
It used to be that you'd only be able to see an electric meat slicer in the local deli. They are an efficient tool for slicing meat because they are able to make precision cuts without damaging the muscles of the meat. Because of the very sharp blade, you'll be able to cut your meats as thin as you want. This is the reason why many home cooks have been realizing the potential of electric meat slicers. These machines do not just cut perfect meat; it also slices cheese for hors d'oeuvre. You could even slice bread, fruits and vegetables. Get the perfect slice every time with meat slicers.
Meat slicers are pieces of kitchen equipment used to cut and slice meat in various sizes. Aside from meat, meat slicers can also be used in slicing and cutting bread and cheese. Wilhelm Van Berkel successfully made the world's first meat slicer at the turn of 19th century in Holland. Berkel's invention proved to be very useful to butchers, who spent day and night chopping and cutting meat into different cuts. To date, meat shops and butcheries make use of meat slicers to enable voluminous work production in the least amount of time.
Meat slicers are classified according to industrial or home use. Meat slicers designed for home use are usually simple and often have manual operation mechanisms. Commercial or industrial meat slicers, on the other hand, are generally larger in size and can produce a large number of slices in a short span of time. Most meat slicers come with adjustable spinning blades, enabling users to set their desired size of slices. Meat slicers can be gear-driven or belt-driven.