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Spiral slicer for vegetable
11-07-2018, 07:10 PM,
Spiral slicer for vegetable
Kitchen of a home or a restaurant is getting more advanced with every passing day. Newer varieties of kitchenette, ovens, refrigerators, toasters, grills and even knives are available for the meal makers. spiral vegetable slicer is one such kitchen appliance that makes the task of cutting and slicing vegetables effortless. Spiral slicer is globally accepted as a helpful kitchen tool. Below are some tips to make the maximum of your small investment in a spiral slicer.
One should realize that spiral slicer couldn’t be used for all cooking activities or for cooking any dishes that have veggies. Spiral slicers are predominantly used for making salads and garnishes.
Another belief is that once bought, one can start using it immediately. Spiral slicers are so easy to use.
Remember the best way to use a spiral slicer is to use it in standing position. This way you can put adequate pressure with one hand while your other hand moves the handle. Also be careful in handling the blades. Often people get cuts while trying to fit the blades.
kitchen supreme spiral slicer is available in various models. Some slicers can slice both vegetables and fruits. However, a spiral slicer is predominantly used to make thin or thick stands of Squash of various types, zucchini, carrots, radish, beetroots and similar. One can also buy fruit slicers like Banana slicer, Pineapple slicer, Butter slicers, etc.
Also remember that after the slicing is completed, a small stub of the produce will always remain. If you want to slice many pieces of say carrots, plan in advance as to how you will use the leftover stubs.
18-07-2018, 11:42 PM,
RE: Spiral slicer for vegetable
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