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Veggeti Pro. Turn Veggies To Spagetti

Discussion in 'Recipe Central' started by sumalynux, Jul 13, 2018.

  1. sumalynux

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    Anyone bought this ? Looking for review
     
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    I have the Paderno spiralizer which makes similar vegetable 'noodles'. I use it often for zucchini, butternut squash, potato, sweet potato, beetroot, carrots and mooli.
    The Inspiralized blog has lots of recipes using spiralized vegetables.
     
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    Thanks will check Paderno spiralizer. Can u please suggest which brand and where to buy.

    How long are you using this. Like wondering if it lasts long. Also if will this give results as shown in photos.
     
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    I bought on Amazon but you can check the price in department stores and Bed Bath and Beyond with coupons. I have been using mine a few times a week for almost 2 years. The results are like the pictures on the box show.
     
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    I have the 4 blade Paderno spiralizer. Here is what I did to create c cut sliced onions.I peeled a large red onion and trimmed the ends.Sliced a slit into one side of the onion, stopping near the center. Attached the 2.5mm Straight Blade to the slicer and cut the onion.It did a decent job upto a certain point and about 4-5 outer layers of the onion came loose, then I was only able to spiralize the inner part of the onion. I had to use a knife to slice those layers. Please suggest how to rectify this, where am I going wrong ?
     

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