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Paderno 3-Blade Vegetable Spiralizer - $15.02 (lowest price ever) @ Amazon, FS

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Of the dozens of vegetable spiralizers on the market, the Paderno spiralizer [amazon.com] is by far the most popular with over 10,000 reviews on Amazon [amazon.com] and a 4.4 star rating (A rating on Fakespot [fakespot.com])

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  • ORIGINAL DESIGN, BOASTING MORE THAN 15 YEARS ON THE U.S. MARKET
  • Most often featured as a favorite and recommended as the best by publications and networks, including Bon Appétit, Food and Wine, House Beautiful, Oprah Magazine and Food Network
  • Recognized for its stability, which consistently produces long, even noodles and ribbons
  • The unit is BPA-Free and includes three blades made of ABS plastic frames and stainless steel blades
  • Made by Paderno World Cuisine, a leader in healthy cuisine since 1925

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Ahhh...I'm......so...tempted....always wanted one of these but afraid it'll end up one of those single function appliances that I end up never using after a short while.....I enjoy spiralized zucchini once in a rare while from my handheld spiralizer...but zucchini is pretty much the only thing that tiny thing can do......
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Ahhh...I'm......so...tempted....always wanted one of these but afraid it'll end up one of those single function appliances that I end up never using after a short while.....I enjoy spiralized zucchini once in a rare while from my handheld spiralizer...but zucchini is pretty much the only thing that tiny thing can do......
Same thoughts!
We use hand held like once a month.
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The problem I've had with these is the teeth on the handle end tear up the vegetable and it won't spin it.
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tempted but same thoughts as everyone else... will I really use it all that much?
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Will you use it a lot - probably not. But it's great to have. This one is so good.

I like to use it for cucumbers and get them razor thin. This is light years ahead of the hand held ones. For $15 go for it if you have the room in the back of your cabinet.
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Love mine and use it ALL THE TIME. I eat low carb/keto meals so zoodles are my go to. I have one very similar to this tool and have used the ribbon function for cucumbers and really like those as a salad. Can't go wrong for $15 either.
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Have you guys tried using the traditional Apple/potato slicer/peeler's? Those are all stainless steel, not much plastic at all. Got it for half this price. Only used it once, The handheld one is more convenient for occasional veggie noodles 4 3..Wonder if this is so much better. And I hate to get a lot of plastic stuff.... Maybe if this would make it easier on my grandma's arthritis-like hands?
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Will you use it a lot - probably not.. .I like to use it for cucumbers and get them razor thin. This is light years ahead of the hand held ones. For $15 go for it if you have the room in the back of your cabinet.
why do you like your cucumbers razor thin?
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Have you guys tried using the traditional Apple/potato slicer/peeler's? Those are all stainless steel, not much plastic at all. Got it for half this price. Only used it once, The handheld one is more convenient for occasional veggie noodles 4 3..Wonder if this is so much better. And I hate to get a lot of plastic stuff.... Maybe if this would make it easier on my grandma's arthritis-like hands?
why do you like your cucumbers razor thin?
soaking them in rice vinegar and sugar for quick sort-of pickles.
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My wife has wanted one of these for a while. Merry Christmas to her.
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Thanks OP! This is extremely helpful for a lot of japanese dishes which require ridiculously thinly sliced vegetables for pickling. I got an open box one for 12.45.
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Get it set it and forget it. It's a good gadget.
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If you *do* plan on using the thing often, Walmart has an electric spiralizer for like $50 that my gf prefers to the Vegetti.. big time. We use it at least 3 times a month. Way better than traditional pasta.
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Love mine and use it ALL THE TIME. I eat low carb/keto meals so zoodles are my go to. I have one very similar to this tool and have used the ribbon function for cucumbers and really like those as a salad. Can't go wrong for $15 either.
Yea it all depends on your life style goals keep it up !
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