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    Do you spiralize?

    Trying to cut carbs? Just want to try something different? Maybe it's time to try it.

    I've done zucchini, sweet potatoes (all kinds), squash, carrots, peppers, beets, cabbage. Today I will be venturing into dasheen noodles. Plan to eat it with curry chicken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twiney View Post
    dasheen noodles. Plan to eat it with curry chicken.

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    how did it turn out?
    If you don't fight for what you deserve, you deserve what you get.
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    never bothered as I got home late... still on the agenda.

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    Which product do you use to spiralize? I see many on the market and figure they are not all created equal.
    7/5th of all people do not understand fractions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pepper View Post
    Which product do you use to spiralize? I see many on the market and figure they are not all created equal.
    I have this one by Paderno that I bought from Amazon a little over 4 years ago. It works well and it stores well in its box. I find that only the spiral blade works best and it can be a little messy to clean up because there are so many parts. But it was a good buy.


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    I bought something like this but haven't used it yet.

    Show me your papers.

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    I have one similar to Blackstar. It takes a lot of work to spiralize and then there is a lot of waste because I am afraid of cutting my fingers.

    I am thinking of getting one like the one Peasie posted. Have you ever used in on carrots?
    7/5th of all people do not understand fractions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pepper View Post
    Which product do you use to spiralize? I see many on the market and figure they are not all created equal.
    Miss Peppa, bin a long time since the Flahida Bashment.
    Nice to see your sweet wuds dem.
    di sheep mus learn to respek di shepherd

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    I feel bad for abandoning unno ... I want my old life of igling back.

    Pepper the best one for carrots would be like the one Peasie has as this one has the least amount of waste. I have a couple of those handheld ones and I am going to get another one by Gefu.

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