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Talk to me about spiralizers

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Florabritannica Thu 26-Dec-19 23:22:57

I had a manual free-standing one from Lakeland which took up a lot of space and was quite an arse to use, so when I moved house I gave it away. Now I feel the need of one, but feel there ought to be a better solution than the one I used to have. Does anyone have any recommendations for a small hand-held version, or should I bite the bullet and get special discs for my food processor?

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Blondie1984 Fri 27-Dec-19 02:17:09

Why do you think you are feeling the need for one?

Handheld ones are are ok for small portions and softer veg but not so much for large quantities or harder veg so depends on what you think you’ll use it for

I think Kenwood do an electric one....

Ninkanink Fri 27-Dec-19 02:39:03

They’re shit.

Florabritannica Fri 27-Dec-19 06:36:58

Electric ones or spiralizers generally?

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parrotonmyshoulder Fri 27-Dec-19 07:16:09

I have a small counter top one, about the size of a lunchbox. I really like it for cooking for up to 4 people. Sweet potato curly fries are the staple!

Florabritannica Fri 27-Dec-19 08:12:30

Can you post a link?

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