great product. super easy to use. made great zucchini "pasta." i had a generic one before. didn't hold up very well. was more complicated to use. this one doesn't do much, but what it does, it does well. a little difficult to clean, but a kitchen brush cleaned it right up.
As Seen On TV Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Cutter
Arrives by Mon, Sep 21
In stock at San Leandro, 15555 Hesperian Blvd
- Dual stainless-steel blades
- Makes veggie spaghetti, stir-fries and more
- Quick and easy to use
About This Item
As Seen On TV Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Cutter:
- Turns vegetables into healthy spaghetti
- Vegetti vegetable cutter for pasta, salads, garnishes and more
- Good for making dishes without carbs
- Ideal for gluten-free diets
- Quick and easy to use
- For use with carrots, zucchini, squash, cucumbers, potatoes and more
- Includes convenient comfort grip
great product. recommend it.
Surprisingly wonderful! I was not expecting much, but now zoodles are the best thing I have experienced in the low carb world, and this is great to work with.
This clever kitchen tool turned zucchini into spaghetti-like strings in a couple minutes. It was fun! I boiled the zucchini strings and ate them topped with homemade spaghetti sauce. This enabled me to enjoy "spaghetti" with my family without all the processed pasta empty calories that undermine my weight loss.
Works As Advertised
I have used this product several times now, and in my opinion it works exactly as advertised - at least for zucchini noodles; I have not tried carrots, potatoes, ect. For zucchini and yellow squash noodles though, it is exactly what I was looking for in a convenient, compact package. The noodles come out a bit flatter shaped - more like fettuccine than spaghetti, but both the "thick" setting and "thin" setting work great. Cleaning is not as complicated as other reviews make it seem - just casually use water - the water pressure of my sink is usually enough to get the pieces out from between the cutting teeth. Worst case scenario is I use a toothpick to poke out some stubborn pieces but its not like I'm sitting there with a toothbrush all night. Definitely keep the Safety Holder as that is how you will grind the zucchini all the way to the ends - you cant just use your hand.
An arm workout, fun results
Bought this to help increase my veggie consumption, works pretty much as expected. A few complaints: the thin setting makes the noodles way too thin for sauteing. I only use the "thick" setting, and that works fine. Also, a good amount of pulp gets stuck inside and makes it difficult to make spirals out of an entire veggie. Since I'm not fancy, I just take the last piece and make thin slices, but if spiralizing the entire vegetable is your goal, this may not be the tool for you.
Well priced and gets the job done.
It's well priced and worked well. The only downside is that your arm may get a little tired if you are shredding a lot of vegetables at one time and it's difficult to clean. I had to let it soak in a large bowl of hot soapy water to get all the leftover shreds of vegetables out of it.
Cuts zucchini easily, especially peeled. Potatoes a little harder but works. Harder to clean - doesn't just rinse. Needs a veggie brush or clean toothbrush for thorough cleaning. Zucchini noodles worth cleaning effort however.
This little tool is great. I have only used it on zucchini, but it works great and creates a nice presentation. It's a little hard to clean, but worth the effort.
It works but vegetable has to be a certain size to fit and cut properly. Doesn't work for bigger garden zucchini
Veggetti is cone shaped so if veggies are narrow they don't hit the blade. Would have been better off to spend a little more and get hand cranked Spiralizer.
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