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Jaccard 15 Knife Meat Tenderizer

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  • Reduce cooking time by up to 40 percent while helping meats to cook more evenly.
  • Tiny heat channels are created, resulting in faster penetration of marinades.
  • Made of fda compliant abs and genuine 300 series stainless steel metal components.
  • Highest quality stainless steel results in sharper blades that will not dull, discolor, rust or change shape.
  • Dishwasher safe (top shelf recommended). assembles and disassembles in just seconds. designed in usa

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 17.8 x 10.2 cm ; 318 g
  • Shipping Weight: 340 g
  • Item model number: 3331
  • ASIN: B0009I10QQ
  • Date first available at Aug. 29 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #131,911 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Jaccard, the choice of professional chefs and cooking enthusiasts for more than 40 years!Used by cooking enthusiasts' kitchens around the world. The patented, removable blade cartridge makes clean-up a snap. So easy to clean – the product has earned NSF certification – the only hand-held tenderizer in the industry with such recognition. Fifteen Razor sharp knife blades cut through connective tissues that can make meat tough. Easy to use, this age old technique known as “jaccarding” makes faster, more flavorful, more tender meat! Helps to retain your meat's natural juices.

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By Paul Carreiro on Aug. 16 2014
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I feel like a chief on Food Network when I prepare BBQ now... Love it. So far I have only used it on steaks...
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By Mark Sohl on June 8 2015
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the knives are very fragile and easily damaged.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Meat Alchemy! Aug. 6 2007
By Jerry P. Danzig - Published on
No one would confuse the cuts of meat at my local supe with the cuts at Lobel's of Madison Avenue, say. So I decided to try one of these Jaccard Tenderizers, preferring the skewering method of meat tenderizing to noisy pounding. This thing works great! The last cut of meat I tasted pre-tenderizer was tough and chewy. Now the same cut from the same store, after tenderizing, was tender, more flavorful, and yes, I believe it cooked faster than I am used to. The Jaccard is also easy to clean, with a removable blade array. Meat alchemy indeed, as well as an easy-to-implement safeguard that any cut will be tender and tasty. Yum!
Personal choice? Sept. 29 2011
By Chelle - Published on
I decided to purchase the 45-blade tenderizer instead. I owned a 15-blade tenderizer that was round in shape, and found the spread out blade format far more effective than a straight line of blades. The 45-blade tenderizer will accomplish that & cover more ground than the round one I had.

Update: Now having used this product & gotten used to it, I love it! It tenderizes everything from beef to poultry. I use it probably 4 - 5 times/week. It really is easy to use, not a lot of muscle required.

The only drawbacks I have found: the hard plastic storage case cracked a while back, but the unit still fits inside. (I really don't know what caused the crack.) After repeated use for a period of time, the blade piece is not as easy to remove for washing as it was when new. (It no longer "pops out" when the slide-release is employed.) To remove the blade piece, I slide the release button & use the narrow tip of a wooden skewer to gently push the blade unit through the handle casing. This does not, however, have any affect on the purpose or function of the tenderizer.
Worked so great I bought another one! Oct. 28 2010
By Brent M. Ellis - Published on
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After seeing one of these nifty little gadgets on Iron Chef one night, I really wanted one! I purchased this 15 knife model and instantly loved it. Easy to clean because it comes apart and tenderized steaks, chicken, and pork so well for us! In this economy I do purchase cheaper meat cuts and this has made them just as tender and delicious as more expensive pieces. I actually gave this item to my Mom and purchased another (the 45 knife, also by Jaccard - and it also comes apart for cleaning) when it sent on sale. I have to say, we are two customers very pleased with Jaccard and their meat tenderizers.
Great stuff June 1 2012
By Hans - Published on
Its a great products, i bought 2 for my mom and my aunty, its really easy to use, you must try yourself.
8 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Made in China Dec 15 2009
By Jill K. Schmidt - Published on
Amazon's description says Made in USA, and they may still have some older ones in stock, but I'm not risking having to return it. I went to the store to buy this tenderizer, and Jaccard has moved it's factory to China. I'm going to order Deni Meat Tenderizer instead. Deni's factory is in Italy. I'm sad I'm not able to help the American factory worker, but at least I'm almost sure it is not made in a sweatshop, and by buying the Deni brand I'm slightly punishing Jaccard for laying off their American factory workers.