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  #3022279 16-Jan-2023 20:02
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+1 for using a sharp knife instead, the quality of those slicers have gone to crap 


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  #3022300 16-Jan-2023 20:31
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IKEA usually have good cheese slicers. Will be good when we can buy them here in NZ.


I have bought a few of this type in NZ and most of them have been pretty bad.

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  #3022602 17-Jan-2023 11:23
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Thanks for everyone's suggestions. I'm going to try to get the one from Stevens and see how that goes.


Thanks guys!

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  #3022604 17-Jan-2023 11:29
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I don't bother slicing cheese. I get these instead:





$28/kg vs $18/kg for the same cheese. 


You pay significantly for convenience. 


Also, cheese oxidises quickly. Slices have more surface area and degrade quickly if not properly sealed after use. 





Works fine for me. I'm happy to pay more for the convenience. I also buy pre-grated cheese!

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  #3022751 17-Jan-2023 14:24
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Appears now would be the time to get one from Stevens: 


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