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Meat slicer #5448502 11/29/14 06:54 PM
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Will one of the wheeled meat/cheese slicers also cut de-boned hindquarters into steaks?


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If it is very sharp it will but if not it will pull and tear the meat. This is from experience.

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Probably if it was frozen. Those slicers were made for processed foods like salami etc.

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Have a slicer, For steaks from the ham muscles you are better off with a sharp knife IMO

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