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    Default Mandoline Cut Meat?

    Does the Ultimate Mandoline cut meat? Easy or difficult? Thanks.

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    Huh, never tried that.
    It might work OK on a hunk of soft deli ham or turkey.
    I don't think it would do raw beef very well.

    Why not just try it and let us all know?

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    The straight blade may but with our holder and guide I would think it would be very difficult. It isn't designed for meat.
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    Oh, good question. Inquiring minds want to know.
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    You would have to be able to fit it in the holder. I don't think it would work so well.

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    At our last meeting, my director shared that she uses hers to slice cooked roast beef. She said it works well. I haven't tried it yet though.

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    Hadn't thought about the holder. One of my guests a long time ago said she used the US&G for roast beef sandwiches and it was great. Not sure how well it would work.

    Since I don't do big chunks of meat very often (just at holidays), I can't test it. Thanks.

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    The only meat I have tried to cut was pepperoni, DID NOT WORK!!!!!!!! The pepperoni was so slick it just slipped over it.
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    We use our vario slicer for jerky and we cut it partially frozen.
    If you cut it small enough to fit in that ridiculous food holder or cheat like I do keep the carriage on but not the food holder I think it would work (again for either deli meat or partially frozen)

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