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The 10 Best Egg Slicers  Jun 2020

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9 . 8
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9 . 4
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9 . 0
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9 . 0
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8 . 6
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8 . 4
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7 . 7
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7 . 4
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Your Guide To Buying an Egg Slicer

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    Within your array of kitchen tools, it’s good to include the egg slicer. It serves as a great help when preparing sandwiches, or salads for an event. It cuts even slices of a hard boiled egg, in a way that is both easier, faster and more aesthetic than using a knife. Depending on the quality and construction of the egg slicer, you can use it for other foods that typically are served sliced, such as olives or mushrooms for a pizza topping, or soft fruits such as kiwi or banana. There are egg slicers that cut horizontally or vertically. There are also egg slicers that dice, by cutting the egg both horizontally and vertically. You can also find egg slicers that cut the egg in wedges, like slices of a pizza.

    We've put together this guide to help you select the best egg slicer that answer to your needs. It'll help you:

    • Choose the right type of egg slicer,

    • See useful tips about that type of egg slicer,    

    • Read reviews of different brands of egg slicer, and what customers are saying,

    • Select the right brand of egg slicer, and

    • Compare prices and find the best deals.

    • One direction: These are egg slicers that can hold the egg only in one direction. The most common are egg slicers that cut vertical slices. The Tablesto Egg Slicer only allows cutting the egg in one direction.

    • Two directions: There are egg slicers that allow you to position the egg in two directions. This way, you can cut the egg lengthwise as well. There are also egg slicers that slice in both directions at once--the result is a diced egg. The OXO Good Grips Egg Slicer allows you to place the egg crosswise or lengthwise, so you can slice the egg in an unusual pattern.

    • Wedges: There are egg slicers that cut the egg in eighths, much like a pizza. The Norpro Egg-Mushroom-Fruit-Strawberry Slicer- Wedger-Piercer-Garnishing Tool has an attachment that lets you stand the egg on its end, and drive the blades down on the egg, making wedges.

    • Mandoline: This is a cutting utensil with interchangeable blades. You hold the mandoline in your hand, and run the food against the blade, much like a grater. AmbiGoal makes a mandoline that serves as a food slicer and vegetable cutter.

    Based on all the consumers' reviews we've scanned, these are the top things they mentioned about their new stuff:

    • Durable wires: Make sure that the wires of your egg cutter are durable--especially if you intend using them to cut other foods besides eggs.

    • Prefer plastic utensils: Some customers prefer a plastic utensil over an aluminum one. If the aluminum gets discolored over time, it may impart that off-color into the food as well. But, some egg slicers are made from powdered metal or stainless steel, which doesn’t corrode or change color.

    • Prefer cutter where the wires are on a spring: People experience better results when the wires are on a spring, than if they are simply on a hinge that you raise and lower (and certainly if the wires are separate from the base). The slices come out more uniform.

    • Egg-piercer: Some egg slicers (such as the ZYLISS Egg Slicer) also have an egg piercer. This is a needle that makes a small hole in the shell of the egg. A small hole in the shell in the more rounded edge allows the air in the egg to escape gradually. This prevents the shell from cracking during boiling, for more aesthetic results.

    • Other uses: An egg slicer can be used for other foods: sliced mushrooms, mozzarella cheese, olives, avocado, bananas, canned fruits like peaches or pears, or fresh kiwi, hot dogs, and more. But make sure that the wires of your egg cutter can “cut” the other foods as well. You don’t want to damage the wires on the cutter.

    • Easy to clean: The egg slicers that are made from separate parts are the easiest to clean. The egg slicers that prove to be difficult to clean are the ones that dice the egg--but if the implement is dishwasher-safe, maybe this can be a good choice as well.

    Westmark--was founded in 1956 by Hubert Deimel in Elspe, Germany, as makers of reliable and innovative kitchen utensils using injection moulding and die casting. They make a wide assortment of peeler, dividers, and cutters, as well as more traditional implements, such as grinders, nutcrackers, and bottle openers.

    OXO-- was established in 1990 by Sam Farber in New York, NY, as a manufacturer of ergonomic kitchen and gardening tools, and home products. Today they have over 1000 different products, on the philosophy of Universal Design: designing products that are usable by as many people as possible.

    Norpro-- was founded in 1973 by Gunnar Lie, as manufacturers and suppliers of kitchenware. Their headquarters is located in Everett, Washington. They make a wide assortments of cookware, baking accessories, cutlery, and food preparation implements. They make a variety of cheese slicers, in hand-held and countertop designs.

    AmbiGoal--originally started in 2015 in the paper industry. They presently make printing paper, tissue paper, paper rolls, and packaging papers. They also make a stainless-steel mandoline slicer, to dice vegetables, slice fruit, and shred cheeses. Their slicer has a guard to protect your fingers when performing slicing.


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