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Recommendation on a slicer that can dice and Julienne

thunderrooster | Oct 30, 201808:06 PM     4

Hello. I am looking for 1 machine that will slice, dice and Julienne. I want it to be adjustable up to 10-12 mm. I have a Progressive Jumbo Potato Cutter. The Progressive Jumbo Potato Cutter has 2 blades. 1/2 inch and 3/8 inch. I like the 3/8 inch for french fries. I want my Julienne fries to be about that size. I want a dicer so I can dice potatoes for boiling. I suck at making them little cubes to boil the potatoes lol. I see plenty of stuff like this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07C6VW8SS/ but they are not adjustable and lots of them don't list how thick/thin they slice and there is a ton of them. There is a lot pieces to them. I only need 3 functions. I would get one of them if they can do the size I want (3/8"). Does anyone know 1 machine that will do what I want or one them slicers that has lots of pieces to it that will do the size I want?

Thank you.

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