Best Bread Slicers

Updated March 2019
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If you buy fresh bread or bake it yourself, then you know that cutting it by hand is inconsistent. It’s difficult to get slices to come out even or the perfect thickness every time. This is why bread slicers were invented. Electric slicers with cutting wheels exist, but most are box-like contraptions with slits. You cut through the slits to get a consistently-shaped slice, preferably with an electric knife for a cleaner cut. Bread slicers are usually made of wood or plastic. Some fit an entire loaf while others only handle a single slice at a time. All bread slicers have some mechanism that allows you to adjust slice thickness. Some also adjust for loaf size and fold up for easy storage.

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