Bread Slicer

We love garlic bread. We love thin slices. We don't like mashed, squashed, torn, messy, or thick slices. The best way to get fluffy uniform slices is to use a portaband saw.

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Step 1: Easy to Use.

I normally use a wicker bread basket to catch my cuts but evidently its getting used as an Easter basket. Anyways. Pull open a drawer and put your bread receptacle below your cut spot and let the drawer serve as your third hand.
I cut a few here to show my technique.
Its a cut and repeat job from here.

Step 2: Nice Smooth Cuts

Gotta go finish the job

Step 3: Finished the Loaf

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    dalegribble

    5 years ago

    Cut bacon in between bread. Give it bacon flavor

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    Kkrattiger

    5 years ago

    Haha!... butter as you slice. Why not

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    rickysp8

    5 years ago

    If you lubricate your blade with butter you could butter as you slice