Here are 5 foods you can cut with an egg-slicer: make a delicious snack with them

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Egg-slicers may seem a pretty one-dimensional tool, but DaveHax sets about slicing a few things you might never have imagined in this video. From potatoes to even perfectly sectioned chilled butter, there's actually a lot more to be accomplished by this slicing wires than you might think.
"I'm using this metal slicer because it's nice a strong," the narrator begins. However, egg-slicers come in a range of weights and costs from plastic to stainless. The frame material doesn't matter so much as long as the metal wires remain solid and fairly taut.
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But if this video doesn't convince you to fish out your old egg-slicer from the back of the drawer, Food & Wine's Justin Chapple shows you a few more tasty slices. Chapple uses the slicer to evenly prepare mushrooms for items such as pizzas or omelettes. He also slices picture-perfect strawberries, perfect for baking garnishes.
The Feels Like Home blog even gets you ready for the perfect Taco Tuesday, using an egg slicer to cut beautiful avocado slices.
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Know someone neglecting their egg-slicer? Pass this along and open a new culinary adventure!
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