Meat Slicer

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A machine that cuts all kinds of meat can make your kitchen a real miracle worker. These slicers are easy to find, as there are both commercial and home versions. The lighter weight of these slicers means that they can be used at home. This appliance can be used in your kitchen. You can use regular food slicers to cut raw meat. You must use the appliance correctly and follow some basic rules. These rules are simple to follow so that you won't have any problems with cutting raw meats with your food slicer. Why it is difficult to cut raw meat with a meat slicer It is very difficult to cut raw meat with a meat cutter because it is messy with raw foods. They are often soft and mushy. Raw food will not be cut cleanly and evenly, but it will look messy and uneven. There are some foods that shouldn't be cut with a food knife, such as: Foods with seeds (except tomatoes) They include foods with bones Foods too large for a slicer You should also avoid slicing cooked foods right after you have sliced raw food. There is always the possibility of cross-contamination. You can cut both the raw and cooked foods if you are able to clean and disinfect the blades between them. However, this can be time-consuming and difficult. You might find it difficult to cut raw meat using a food slicer. However, there are some simple tricks that can help you make it easier. The easiest way to use a food knife with raw food is to put it in the freezer for about 10 minutes until it becomes partially frozen. It is not fully frozen, but it is partially. This makes it easier to slice the food with the slicer. If the food is still hard to cut with the slicer after 10 minutes, you can put it back in the fridge for another 10 minutes. If you are slicing very thin meat, a serrated knife is not the best choice. A dull or wrong blade will cause the meat to become mushier. A slicer for meat can be used to cut meat that has been partially frozen. You can still cut raw foods if you adhere to a few guidelines. It's usually an indication that the meat is too hard or that you are trying to cut a product that was not intended to be sliced.
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