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Chef'n Emulstir, Emulsifier and Salad Dressing Mixer, Arugula

by Chef'n

Price: CDN$ 19.99
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  • The Emulstir is an innovative way to mix up and store delicious salad dressings
  • Acrylic container, top rack dishwasher safe
  • Easy to use and great with dressings that separate, simply remove top, fill with oil, vinegar, and herbs, replace lid and squeeze handle to blend
  • Lever activated, stir stick mixes evenly, bottle features 3 recipes, dressing, sweet dressing, and cumin vinaigrette
  • Measures 3 by 3 by 8.1 inches

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Customers buy this item with Chef'n Garlic Zoom Rolling Garlic Chopper, Arugula and Meringue CDN$ 9.99

Chef'n Emulstir, Emulsifier and Salad Dressing Mixer, Arugula + Chef'n Garlic Zoom Rolling Garlic Chopper, Arugula and Meringue
Price For Both: CDN$ 29.98

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 7.6 x 20.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 113 g
  • Item model number: 104-211-011
  • ASIN: B002CGS51G
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Oct. 9 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,164 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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By Brigitte on Nov. 26 2013
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J'adore vraiment ce produit!
En plus, les recettes sur la bouteille sont très faciles et excellentes. :)

I really love this product!
The recipe on the bottle are so easy and so delicious. :)
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By Coral Gruenhage on July 13 2013
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This came quickly and is exactly what we wanted. We had bought one exactly the same, in our town for twice the price. This works so well to mix vinaigrette dressings for salad and is super durable!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lesley TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 8 2011
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Very happy with this product, I have been looking all over for something to make salad dressings in. Not only does it have an attractive design, but it's very functional as well. With a push of the trigger you can stir your dressing without having to shake it. The only thing I would change, is the lid for the pouring spout. It's very small and not attached so you run the risk of losing it. I give it three months, until the lid goes missing. All and all, I am very happy. I will likely be buying a couple more.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful
Best so far... Jan. 25 2011
By dolce - Published on Amazon.com
Works great as it is suppose, mixing up some oil/vinegar based dressing. And fun to use! The only thing is that yes, it has a small cap for the spout, which if you're not careful would be easy to loose. Not a problem for me so far. To address the other reviewers issues with 1) doesn't mix thicker dressing: yeah, it's probably made for vinaigrettes. A russian dressing type would probably not fit out the spout either. so don't do it. and 2) it leaks and you can't shake it when the top is off: well yes, the point is that you DON't shake it, as squeezing the handle is how you mix up the ingredients. Also, I love it because it actually does not have that pesky dripping issue (maybe if you shake it it leaks?) I don't know, but to me it seems if used correctly, all is well. While there is some oil that gets around the spout from pouring, it's really not an issue for use (no dripping/ oily hands or table) and is taken care of with proper cleaning. In conclusion: used properly, it's the best salad dressing bottle yet!
36 of 46 people found the following review helpful
Don't Buy Dec 7 2009
By Dan Whitford - Published on Amazon.com
Difficult to find a salad dressing bottle in the stores and came across this one. The emulsifier (probably, never tried) only works on vinegrettes, as anything thicker it would not work, and then broke. It is a nightmare to take the top off, and once the tiny removeable top for the spout disappears, you can't shake it. The top was always caked in oil residue, seeping out from under the screw top. Tossed it within the month.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Best Oil and Vinegar mixer on the market Aug. 7 2011
By Dr. Allen K. Ream - Published on Amazon.com
This mixer is designed strictly for vinegar and oil... and works beautifully. I've never seen another hand mixer that could create such a stable emulsion. Since it's a plastic agitator, it can be broken, but we use ours at room temperature, or traveling in an ice chest, and have never noted a problem. We do make the first few squeezes of the agitator a bit gentle, until the liquid is moving. I bought my first unit when it first came out. Now we're buying a second unit (for picnics, away from home) from Amazon. About the only kitchen gadget (except silverware and a knife) that we travel with. We've now had our first one for a year.

Yes the cap is small, and we too worry about losing it... but so far no problem and it's otherwise entirely functional.

Yes, it may break if you use it inappropriately (adding things like pieces of stuff, rock salt, extremely viscous liquids, etc. that it isn't made for).

But as an emulsifier for vinegar and olive (or a similarly viscous) oil, not requiring an electric plug, it's the best I've seen since I started looking almost sixty years ago. Five stars... Until someone improves it!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great tool June 18 2011
By JC - Published on Amazon.com
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I make vinaigrette for a week and I keep it in the emulstir in the fridge ... Always good and fresh and easy to clean
17 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Junk March 2 2010
By Dood - Published on Amazon.com
This product was shockingly bad. I tried using it on two separate occasions. On the first it got jammed on a piece of rock salt and on the second the handle broke. For the few seconds that it actually worked, I thought to myself, whisking is so much easier.

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