One doesn't necessarily need a dicer at all, just the will to practice and 
develop the skill with a very sharp knife.  

Brenda Mueller 

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> On Sep 20, 2016, at 10:08 AM, juliette via Cookinginthedark 
> <cookinginthedark@acbradio.org> wrote:
> 
> So, does one need a dicer to dice and a "mandolin" to slice? Not trying to be 
> funny here!
> 
> Juliette
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Debbra Piening via Cookinginthedark  <cookinginthedark@acbradio.org>
> To: cookinginthedark@acbradio.org
> Date: 09/19/2016 12:28 pm
> Subject: Re: [CnD] Using a great dicer
> 
>> 
>> 
>> How many blades are included with this one?  I'm not seeing anything in the 
>> description.  Thanks.
>> 
>> 
>> Deb
>> 
>> 
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Food Dude via Cookinginthedark [mailto:cookinginthedark@acbradio.org] 
>> Sent: Monday, September 19, 2016 6:32 AM
>> To: cookinginthedark@acbradio.org
>> Cc: Food Dude
>> Subject: Re: [CnD] Using a great dicer
>> 
>> I use the dice and slice chopper from Blind Mice Mart!
>> 
>> It is awesome!
>> 
>> Dice and Slice Chopper
>> chrDice and Slice Chopper perfectly dices onions, peppers, celery and 
>> carrots.
>> chrClear base container catches cut fruits and vegetables to reduce 
>> counter top messes.
>> chrEvenly slice strawberries, mushrooms or hard boiled eggs.
>> chrEasily cube tomatoes, zucchini and potatoes.
>> chrBase container features printed measurements up to 2 cups or 500 ml.
>> chrNon-skid feet hold base securely in place while in use.
>> Care: Dishwasher Safe
>> "Cleaning: Use cleaning tool to remove food residue from pusher teeth.
>> 
>> "Encloses Cut Foods to Minimize Mess
>> "Hand wash lid for best results.
>> "Disassembles for Easy Cleaning
>> "All other parts are dishwasher safe.
>> 
>> Caution! Sharp Blades. Use care when operating and washing item to avoid 
>> injury.
>> To Use
>> 
>> 1. Remove blades from clear base container. Insert blade
>> 2. Attach lid to base. Make sure lid is fully seated on hinge before 
>> pressing down.
>> 3. Lift tab on blade to remove or blade frame from blades. Snap desired 
>> blade into frame
>> 4. Place food onto blades and push lid down firmly in one swift motion. 
>> Place both hands on lid frame and press firmly into container rim.
>> when cutting larger pieces. Ease of chopping may vary depending on 
>> freshness and size of fruit or vegetable.
>> Tip: Cut food down to 2" x 3" for best results.
>> 5. Use cleaning tool to remove food residue from pusher teeth after each 
>> use.
>> Tip: Keeping pusher teeth clean will prevent lifting of the chopping 
>> insert when opening the lid and will make chopping easier.
>> 6. To remove base container, hold base container down firmly with one 
>> hand. With other hand, lift frame up using finger hole.
>>  Suggested Retail Price: $31.99
>>  Mice Price: $28.99
>> Direct Link:
>> https://www.blindmicemegamall.com/bmm/shop/Item_Detail
>> 
>> Have a Mice Day,
>> Dale Campbell
>> Cooking in the Dark
>> 
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