Slice Edge is a red plastic device that's been designed to help you quickly and evenly slice through a wide variety of food items, regardless of whether each item is hard, soft, thick, or slim. This round device has a non-slip base, which means it'll be unlikely to slide around as you use it, and a lid that's been included to aid you with slicing in a straight line. The plastic used to make each device is free of a chemical compound known as BPA, which is potentially harmful to humans if ingested.
The cost of Slice Edge is $14.99 plus $4.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Slice Edge at the discounted price of only $5.00 for a total price of $24.98.
To start using your Slice Edge, you'll need to place a certain type of food that you want to slice, such as small round tomatoes or cubes of cheese, in the base of the device. Some foods are more commonly sliced than others, but virtually anything, including a thick, round bun, can be put into the device's base.
Your food should be sticking up slightly higher than the top of your Slice Edge's base, as this will help you effectively slice it later. If it's not sticking up that far, you can lower the height of the base by gripping it around the middle and twisting it to the right. Alternatively, if you want to give the base more depth, you'll need to twist it to the left.
With your food sticking out of your slicing device in an appropriate manner, it'll be time to place the lid on top of the food. After doing so, you'll notice that there's a space between the device's base and its lid through which you can see a bit of food. This is where you'll insert your kitchen knife and slice the food.
As alluded to above, you'll next need to grab a kitchen knife of your choice and slice through the space between your Slice Edge's base and lid. This will cause the food that's in the base to be sliced into uniform pieces in just seconds. If you want to slice certain pieces of food more than once, you can leave them in the base of your device and adjust the depth level up or down as you make multiple cuts.
When you're done slicing the food item that's in your slicing tool, you'll be able to remove it from the tool with your hands or a utensil. Following that, you can eat it as is, cook or warm it, or add it to a larger dish that you're preparing. Transfer the slicing tool to your dishwasher or wash it with soap and water.
The reason that the Slice Edge device can slice so many different types of food so efficiently is that it contains a rotating ring that'll allow you to alter the base's depth. That way, you can slice something as bulky as a whole tomato or as small as a handful of mini potatoes. As you slice food, the base of the device and its plastic lid will protect your hands from your knife by relieving you of the responsibility of hanging onto your food as you cut it.
The Slice Edge is a compact device that'll take up hardly any room in a kitchen cabinet or drawer. Its base's diameter is about the same as the diameter of a standard coffee coaster, and the lid is a bit smaller than the base. If you often prepare food away from home, you'll simply be able to toss this device in a small bag and transport it almost anywhere. By doing so, you'll give yourself the ability to prepare nicely sliced food for yourself, your family, or your friends while you're away from your residence.
Each device comes in the color of cherry red, and many people may find this to be an attractive color to have in their kitchen. However, if you choose to get a set of two of these slicing tools, the second one will come in a shade of gray. Therefore, if you decide to use one slicer for meat or dairy products and the other for produce or bread products, you'll be able to quickly determine which one is which.
BPA is a chemical compound that's still found in many pieces of plastic kitchenware today, and it may be toxic to humans if ingested. Even a trace amount that's gotten into your food could end up causing harm to your health. If that's a concern for you, you'll likely be happy to find out that each Slide Edge is free of this particular compound. As a result, you won't have to worry about harming yourself or anyone else you cook for by using this type of device to help you prepare your meals.
It's safe to run this tool through your dishwasher if you have one, but if you don't, or you just want to give it a quick hand-wash, that's fine, too. You should always wash it with soap and water if you've used it to slice meat or dairy products, and you may want to do this after slicing any food item to avoid mixing flavors.
If you manually slice up pieces of food with just a knife, especially fruits and vegetables, you may find that the slices look uneven and unattractive. Fortunately, you should be able to slice your food more evenly when you make use of your Slice Edge tool, even if you're not a highly experienced or proficient cook. The shape of the tool will enable you to slice in a fairly straight, unbroken line and thereby end up with slices of food that are of a similar size and don't have jagged edges.
When you use a Slice Edge to slice up food items that you're preparing to eat, you won't have to actually touch the food as you do the slicing. This will automatically make your slicing job much safer than it would be if you were hanging on to every single piece with your fingers while making cuts. Instead, the device's base will hang onto the food for you, which makes this a good tool for novice cooks to use in the kitchen, including kids who are learning to prepare food.
While the texture and type of food that you place in your Slice Edge to be sliced won't matter, the device does have some size limitations in regard to its width. Due to these limitations, you won't be able to fit an entire banana or a large hamburger in there. If you'd like to slice up extremely large food items, you'll have to cut them into smaller chunks before transferring them to this device. That means you'll have to do a bit of slicing without its help after all.
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Does this company actually exist? I ordered the Slice Edge from a TV ad on 1 April 2021 and it is now 9 May 2021 and I have yet to receive the item. I tried to contact them through the email site that was on the receipt but for some reason, it does not exist. Maybe it was sent wrong and I will call on Monday to see if anyone answers. If not, do not buy from this ad because it is a fraud.
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