A GOOD Spiralizer
It's been quite a while since I last posted. I picked up a spiralizer in Colorado on vacation and it is HORRIBLE. I've used it twice and was completely unimpressed and would rather use a mandoline and just julienne at this point. For those of you who love your spiralizer, which brand do you use? The kind I purchased was an upright container that sat on a bowl basically and cranked on the top. Would not recommend that design. I'm looking at the World Cuisine Spiral Vegetable slicer.
Thanks in advance for input!
I use this one: World Cuisine Tri-Blade Plastic Spiral Vegetable Slicer
It has worked great for me thus far, and it has different blade attachments for different sized cuts.
I went ahead and ordered it! Thanks for the recommendation! I also got a tiered sprouter - I get tired of losing tons of seeds with the jar method and I'm excited to have sprouts. We have had such weird weather in Seattle and our soil quality is not great, so my garden was a dud (3 inch mustard greens anyone?). At least we have berries, lettuce, and we may get some kiwis this year.