The bread machine that I bought at the thrift store seems to be the best thing ever, you could even say since sliced bread. Pun well intended. The bread machine is awesome, but there is only 1 issue that I have, and that is slicing the bread. I have a long bread slicer knife, but the bread slices are uneven. Sometimes they are too thick on one side, and paper-thin on the other, or some are too thick while some are too thin or some are just lopsided lol. It’s very difficult to slice bread, so I have been researching bread slicers.
I wanted a wood bread slicer because wood is way better than plastic when it comes to something like this, but they are way too expensive. I decided to buy this particular bread slicer on eBay because it was only $7.99 with free shipping. Although, today it is $6.99, but I still feel like a got a good deal, so I’m fine with what I paid.
What I really want is to cut thin slices like you see in this picture. I want thin slices because the bread that I make with my bread machine is really… and I’m not sure I’m using the proper term… dense. It’s not fluffy like the bread you buy in the store, you know like Wonder Bread or Sara Lee bread. It’s harder like the really expensive wide breads that you buy. I like the airy or fluffy bread, but the problem with those is they rip to shreds when you spread peanut butter on it, but this bread doesn’t have that problem which is why I love it so much. I think the thinner the slices are, the better the sandwich will taste and the less calories it will have.
I see from this picture that you can slice the bread at any size you wish, like the slices laying down are thinly sliced, but the one they are slicing in the bread slicer is double the thickness. That is perfect if you want to make French toast. If you are making pumpkin bread or banana nut bread then the thicker slices are better, so at least I have that option.
I really hope this bread slicer isn’t a piece of crap that will break as soon as I start slicing the bread. That’s another reason I wanted wood, because plastic is crap and it breaks, wood is sturdy and will literally last a lifetime.
My new plastic bread slicer will be here next week. I hope it was worth it.