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I may add a star after I use it, but after seeing the review on how difficult it is to change the blades, I thought I’d add a hint. Yes it is impossible if one tries to PULL the button off, which I first attempted. But in looking closely, the end cap has a slit on one side and the post slides out through it. Easy peasy. So instead of pulling out one needs to push down with the slit up. Too bad directions didn’t come with it. It would save a lot of frustration, and possible breakage. I will add to this when I use it, but I would imagine one would have to put pressure on it to cut through dough, The blades aren’t sharp.
Makes cutting out dough so much easier! Life saver. Only problem is you have to push down hard so it cuts the circles out really well. I wish that wasn’t the case. Took off one star for that.
Used this to make a middle eastern dish called shishbarek. The really small one makes tiny ones about an inch wide. The second to smallest one makes decent sized ones, about 2 -2 1/2inches. They are bit larger than maybe what you would get using a Turkish cup to cut out the dough. but not too much bigger. Second time around used this size instead of the smallest size. I’ll try and take pictures next time and see about adding them to this review.