UPKOCH Bread Lame with Wooden Handle, Bread Bakers Lame Slashing Tool, Bread Slicer Cake Cutter, Dough Making Slasher Tools, Sourdough Bread Lame Knife with Plastic Protective Cover 5 Blades
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China is where it is manufactured.
The blade fits between the wood, so there is no way to mount it at an angle because there is a gap there for the blade.
There are a lot of sharp edges. A razor blade is just like any other. The blade on mine is still sharp after being used probably five times. I rotate it and use the other end once it starts to become dull. In addition to 5 replacement blades, I believe there is also a little screwdriver included. The blade is not placed correctly, so I'm not happy with this basic tool. There is a hidden element and it
Thanks for the great product. It has five blades, and I like it very much. With this recipe, I no longer need to attempt to cut through my bread dough with a knife, and I have made life as a breadmaker
Selected User Reviews For UPKOCH Bread Lame with Wooden Handle, Bread Bakers Lame Slashing Tool, Bread Slicer Cake Cutter, Dough Making Slasher Tools, Sourdough Bread Lame Knife with Plastic Protective Cover 5 Blades
Although I expected a blade as flimsy and flexible as a razor blade when they described it as being like one, I wasn't expecting it to be so thin I am soldering the blade with a sharpening stone, but it is not solid as seen in the listing (see my picture) and is made of thin plastic that feels like paper. Any pressure on it causes it to bend completely over. Though I will try it, I am pretty sure it will go As soon as it touches anything, the blade immediately falls over, so I don't know how it would ever cut through bread dough!.
There is little or no value in these blades. Almost completely bendable and feel like plastic, they are difficult to use and are not worth the money. The Lame is nice, but the blades are useless. The next time I bake or until I can purchase some more from the pharmacy, I will give them a try. My Lame feels nice in my hands, and I still find that it is an excellent value. In spite of the fact that I have to purchase blades elsewhere, I would purchase again due to the low price.
Your art will not get better on the bread, but it will certainly make it easier for you It was pretty bad when I was using a makeshift lame before. It is nice and safe, and there is a safety cover to protect the blade when it is in storage.
When you cut with confidence and speed, you will have clean cuts.
We are happy to have received some replacement blades with this lame Having a good grip makes the cuts feel smooth and confident, and gives the user a good sense of weight in the hand. It is much better than cutting with a knife or holding a blade in hand.
" I must agree Having eaten the bread and seen the scores, it really makes a difference to how you feel.
It did not slice my dough and I did not get my extra blade.
There is a problem with the blade holder but the blade works fine- It has a nice handle, but the blade wobbles, it is inexpensive, and for now it works. When I need to score bread, I'll probably go back to a straight blade with no handle.