Lifestyle Dynamics Original Spiralizer Vegetable Slicer
Last updated date: February 8, 2020
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Don't be fooled by look-alike products with extra toys, without QUALITY CONSTRUCTION you'll still end up with a kitchen gadget that sits in your drawer and doesn't work! Join our foodie family for a lifetime of tips, help, recipes and all questions answered by real humans for the life of the product! WHILE OTHER HANDHELD SPIRALIZERS TRY TO TEMPT YOU with bundle offers, THEY WON’T ADMIT TO THE WASTEFULNESS of their zucchini spaghetti maker design. Our SHORTER, WIDER FUNNEL and SPECIALLY DESIGNED CAP ensure that much more of your veggie is turned into zoodles. Just the way it should be! A BETTER DESIGN from us means LESS WASTE for you! OUR HOW-TO VIDEOS PROVIDE THE INSTRUCTION THAT OTHERS DON’T. As with any new kitchen gadget, you want to LEARN HOW TO USE IT CORRECTLY so that you aren’t frustrated or disappointed. From HOW TO EASILY CLEAN your zucchini noodle maker to USAGE TIPS AND SUGGESTIONS, our 5 VIDEO SERIES help you and your loved ones to get the most out of your veggie slicer. Our spiral vegetable slicer is made of FOODSAFE BPA-free plastic and premium grade stainless steel blades. Two-ended construction allows you to make two sizes of veggie noodles; wide spiral ribbons and thin, spaghetti-style noodles with less waste. Portable, handheld kitchen tool great for travel, on-the-go, camping, takes up minmal storage space. Safe, durable, easy to clean and dishwasher safe. No clogging or jamming or shredding zucchini to mush. Improved design of our protective finger guard for less vegetable waste and increased safety. Need a QUICK, HEALTHY, DELICIOUS, PALEO, LOW-CARB, KETOGENIC alternative to pasta? Watermelon, Cucumber and Mint Spa Water ½ cucumber, spiraled 1-1½ cups seedless watermelon, cubed or balled 4-5 sprigs of mint 1-2 cups ice Water Spiralize your cucumber with your SpiraLife vegetable spiralizer. Place cucumber, mint, ice and watermelon in a pitcher in that order. Top pitcher off with water. Chill at least 4 hours in your refrigerator Serve and enjoy! Notes: To save time, infuse at room temperature for an hour and pour over ice to serve. Watermelon can be frozen in ice as well and added just before serving. Spiraled Cucumber Greek Salad for Two 1 pound cucumber(s) ¼ red onion, very thinly sliced ¼ cup kalamata olive slices 8-10 cherry tomatoes, halved ¼ cup feta cheese crumbles 1 grilled chicken breast (optional) 2 tablespoons Vinaigrette (or 1 tbs. olive oil and 1 tbs. flavored vinegar of choice) Spiralize your cucumber with your SpiraLife vegetable spiralizer. Add your onions, olives, tomatoes, feta cheese and chicken if using. Drizzle on your vinaigrette and enjoy! Notes: For less watery cucumbers choose hothouse, Persian or English cucumbers which have smaller seeds. QUALITY CONSTRUCTION Our spiral vegetable slicer is made of FOODSAFE BPA-free plastic and premium grade stainless steel. Two-ended construction allows you to make two sizes of veggie noodles; wide spiral ribbons and thin, spaghetti-style noodles. Portable, handheld kitchen tool great for travel, on-the-go, camping, takes up minimal storage space. Safe, durable, easy to clean and dishwasher safe. No clogging or jamming Product dimensions: 3” x 3” x 5” Item weight: 0.8 ounces INCLUDED TOOLS, RECIPES and TIPS! Includes cleaning brush for easy clean-up. Improved design of our protective finger guard for less vegetable waste and safety. Drawstring storage pouch. TWO eBooks full of healthy recipes and tips! INCLUDED! Exclusive Healthy Recipes eBook, Tips and Instructional Videos Included! ✔ Perfect gift for the holidays! A must-have tool for every health-conscious foodie! ✔ Our Recipe eBook & Instructional Videos help you take on spiralizing with confidence, inspiring your creative side to make more healthy veggie-filled meals! MAKING HEALTHY EASY - With the Original SpiraLife, kids eat more veggies, you eat more veggies, everybody wins! Hide squash in with your regular pasta or replace it altogether! Lose weight, stay healthy, eat better.
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An Overview On Spiralizers
Need to up your veggie game but intimidated by those whole foods? Take your veggies and turn them into delicious noodles for an easier, prettier way of eating them. The only tool you’ll need for this is a spiralizer. This kitchen tool will change the way you look at veggies forever.
Let’s begin by taking a look at the different kinds of spiralizers. There are several different types of spiralizers. You’ll find tabletop spiralizers like the Brieftons Vegetable Spiralizer 7-Blade, the OXO Tabletop Spiralizer with Suction, 3-Blade and the Spiralizer Heavy Duty Vegetable Slicer, 7-Blade. You place these on your countertop over a cutting board, place the veggie in the cradle and crank the handle to slice the veggie against the blade. There are also hand-held units like the Fullstar 3-in-1 Vegetable Spiralizer Slicer. Those are hand-propelled and typically have an attached container for the veggies to be stored in until ready to eat. You might even be able to find electric spiralizers to make life in the kitchen super easy.
When using your spiralizer, it’s important to know that some veggies work great in a spiralizer and others do not. The number one food used in a spiralizer is zucchini, as it turns into “zoodles” or zucchini noodles. You can use the spiralizer with sweet potatoes, butternut squash and carrots to get similar results. If presentation is important in your cooking, use the spiralizer to make curly cucumbers, thin-sliced beets, or string carrots. There is so much creativity you can have with the spiralizer but it’s also important to note that not all veggies will move through the tool so well. Things that are softer or crumbly like broccoli or cauliflower will only jam up your blades and create a mess.
Another way to work around veggies that may not respond well to a spiralizer is to play around with the different blades. Some blades create a thicker slicing pattern than others. If you have a veggie that is large like a sweet potato or butternut squash, you’ll want a larger slice. For veggies that respond well to thin slicing, you can use a smaller blade. Most spiralizers will have several options for blades for you to use accordingly.
Whether you are a seasoned pro at spiralizing veggies or just starting out, you can explore tons of different recipes to make healthy eating much more enjoyable with the spiralizer. Make the time to experiment with your favorites and you will find such flexibility with nutritious foods. Healthy eating shouldn’t be bland and boring so use a spiralizer to spice things up.
DWYM Fun Fact
Spiralizers became popular in 2014. Their debut went hand-in-hand with the Paleo diet and became a must-have kitchen gadget for anyone trying to eat healthy.
The Spiralizer Buying Guide
- Finding a recipe that includes your favorite veggies is the perfect place to start using your spiralizer.
- Try all the different attachments to your spiralizer to find out how you like your veggies best.
- Recipes will help guide you on which blades to use for the different vegetables.
- Always buy a product with a warranty on it.
- Read reviews about how easy or difficult the product is to clean.
- Make sure your spiralizer comes with at least three basic blades: round blade, small flat blade and large wide blade.