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World Cuisine Vegetable Spiralizer
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Price:$29.99+Free shipping
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119 of 124 people found the following review helpful
Easy to use and easy to clean. You will find more expensive variants of this item for sale. I thought about buying the more expensive ones thinking I get what I pay for. Don't waste your money. This plastic one is good quality for the price and if treated properly will last a long time.

You can spiral most root vegetables and some fruits. Great for baking spiral potatoes, or adding spiralled veggies to salads, soups, stews etc. Great for snacks, ie; spiral apples, pears, mangoes, coconut, carrots etc.

Has sharp blades, keep out of reach of little children and be careful when washing.

I am very pleased with my purchase and I highly recommend this item!!
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55 of 57 people found the following review helpful
on January 1, 2012
I love this veggie slicer ! First thing I made with it was zucchini pasta !! Yummy :)
It's very easy to clean and I love that the other blades have their own storage compartment . Even though it is plastic it seems like it holds up pretty well .
Overall I love it !
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
TOP 1000 REVIEWERon January 24, 2015
I bought my spiralizer just about two years ago, and it's one of the key items I used in my "weight loss journey". I lost about 50lbs by changing my diet and adding light exercise. I think, like most, I started with zucchini, as they are the easiest veggie to spiralize, but since then I've used this little gadget to spiralize beets, cucumber, parsnip, butternut squash, and even apple.

I've noticed a few negative reviews mentioning that the plastic prongs don't hold the veggie well; I've never encountered this problem. Make sure you're picking a vegetable with enough surface area to stay on, and don't spiralize the whole thing. Cut zucchini and other squash in half to help yourself get a better grip. As for durability, mine is still going strong two years later. The blades are still sharp, and nothing has cracked or chipped so far.

I highly, highly recommend this product if you're looking to eat a healthier diet, but still want to enjoy flavour. Roasted beet noodles topped with lemon ricotta? How could you not?

My only problem with this product would be Amazon's price. Since I purchased mine two years ago, I've seen the exact same product in my local Bed Bath & Beyond for $10-$12 less... but I love the product so much that I can't take away that one star.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
TOP 1000 REVIEWERon February 19, 2015
Awesommmmmmmme! I make zucchini spirals in place of pasta and you really don't miss noodles! It tastes almost the same - same texture etc. I boil them for 3 min and voila. Add salt/pepper/spritz olive oil - add your own sauce.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
on November 6, 2014
I love this gadget!! Easy to use and clean ...work FABULOUS!!!
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
on September 19, 2013
I use it to make my zucchini noodles. Great replacement for cooked noodles. Goes well with a delicious marinara sauce. Nice product :)
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful
on October 25, 2011
I love this product. I make the best looking and the best tasting salads and raw veggie pastas with this device. It is super simple to use and even better, it's super simple to clean. I am very happy with this product!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on September 24, 2013
Takes some muscle to do carrots, but everything else is great!!!! Love this! Use it all the time! <3 highly recommend! Thanks Amazon!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 28, 2015
I cook for myself which can be boring, unhealthy and messy. This counteracts all those things! I find within the same amount of time I could wait for water to boil and make kraft dinner (or any kind of quick pasta dish), I have a much healthier meal. I'm getting more veggies and probably much less salt.

The unit itself is easier to clean than I thought; a lot of it you really just have to wipe and/or rinse off and the blade plates you used and the spiky round part on the handle needs a bit of a scrub.

My first go at it was simple - zucchini noodles, butter, garlic, salt & pepper fried up in a pan and at the end, threw on some cheese I had handy - good stuff! My favorite to date is "Faux Pho" - the zucchini noodles were left long and slurped up with chopsticks like real pho. I am particularly enjoying spiraled onions - great to fry up for a steak. I wouldn't be able to cut onions this thin, this fast. I've got in the habit of picking up three zucchinis, sprializing them all and using one that day and putting the rest away for two more nights. Same with some onions and peppers, use some, put some away and easy-peasy dinners w/ just a frying pan to clean up after each meal and the spiralizer just once.

I purchased the three blade unit going by the reviewer that got both and liked it better. I have, so far, mainly been using zucchinis as noodles which can become a bit watery. The three blade unit takes out the middle of the zucchini which has a lot of the moisture in it so its not a bad thing. I can nibble on the parts left behind, no problem, so the "waste" doesn't matter and, without being able to compare it, I would *imagine* the core of the actual food keeps it from falling off or sliding. I think I would have liked to have had the thinner noodles but I don't think I am missing much.

Just a quick note that you are supposed to use the (non-turning) handle to move the food through the blades, you don't push with the spinning arm. People who have damaged their units may not have noticed that instruction (I've seen a few Youtube demos of people not using it right).

Lastly mine came with "Paderno" on it and it seems like a good quality plastic. I found one in a big box store that looked like maybe they "borrowed" the same mold of this unit but they used cheaper plastic. Looked the same but felt thinner/lighter. It was cheaper but I'm happier I got this one.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on June 26, 2014
I really like the french fries it makes. I don't like the waste of food from the core. I made a big pile of fries for company. I did manage to use up cores the next day in a hash.
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