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Kitchen Tool of the Week

Dec 10, 2014 04:00PM ● By Cate Reynolds
Sur La Table Vegetable and Fruit Spiral Slicer

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Once you start spiral slicing you won’t be able to stop! I loved making “zoodles” or zucchini noodles and can’t wait to try other vegetables and fruits. I bought this slicer because it was recommended as the best overall deal, even over the fancy (and more expensive) options. It has three interchangeable blades for different noodles sizes and textures: ribbon, thick spirals, or thin spirals. Best of all, there’s no assembly required. The whole mechanism is ready to go in the box and only requires a quick washing before use. There are slots built into the bottom of the slicer to hold the two blades not in use. This slicer also has suctions cups on the feet to prevent slippage. I got all this spiral slicing power for only $35 at Sur La Table.

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