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Old 10-31-2013, 03:57 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Whiskadoodle View Post
I have difficulty getting regular cabbage sliced thin enough for me to eat 2ndary to a teeth issue. I was happy to find pre-cut "angel hair" at the store, something that they don't always carry. Now, I could get out the mandoline, but that would be too easy. I have to try Napa cabbage and see if I can get it to slice the way that works best for me. Or is it savoy I should buy> I'm confused. I just woke up from a siesta.
I would use the Nappa, savoy is beautiful but to me it's not as tender and easy to cut.

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