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post #16 of 20
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wow....thanks for the info everyone!! So Agbay is the way to go icon_smile.gif Thank you so much!!!

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AGBAY all the way!
post #18 of 20
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Originally Posted by fcakes

Recently came across this layer cake slicing kit http://www.amazon.com/Zenker-Layer-Cake-Slicing-Kit/dp/B003AZZB8I

Anyone used this? Will it work well?

In my humble opinion it's garbage! don't waste your $$ -- I bought it and is now sitting in my garage catching dust thumbsdown.gif --- even the Wilton's cutter works better than that.
Follow the experts advice and get an agbay...I have not gotten one myself since I'm a hobby baker, and I don't do that many cakes, but it's in my list of 'toys' to get this xmas icon_biggrin.gif
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post #19 of 20

I know that this post is a while ago but I thought that I would put in my 2c worth.

I have this Zenker. 

  • It will cut only as well as the knife that you use.
  • You have to rotate the cake to finish the job as the knife does not go all the way through (obvious because there is a small column that holds the tin together).
  • Large cakes are ok but I make smaller 8inch cakes and they slide around.  
  • It only does round cakes.
  • It makes pre-set cuts.

 

Not tried it with nuts or chocolate chips so can't comment there.

 

So, all up it is restrictive but not bad.  

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Thank you derbyfour! Appreciate your input!

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