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Which gadget will chop vegetables for me?
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georgedawes · 22/10/2018 21:42

Random question! For various reasons (health mainly) I would love to have a gadget that would chop vegetables very small for me. What are you recommendations?

I do actually have a large food processor in the back of the cupboard that was passed on to me, it may be doable for this but I have no idea. If it is could you describe the blade??!

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georgedawes · 22/10/2018 21:43

Should have said I want something that will chop things very finely if possible.

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eggncress · 22/10/2018 21:48

A mini chopper ... an essential for me as I can’t chop onions because my eyes water and sting when I do.
I use for chopping everything including herbs.
I have got through a few mind you as something inevitably packs in or breaks on them but they only cost about £10-£15 so if they last about 9 months I’m happy!Smile

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georgedawes · 22/10/2018 21:52

Sounds good! Do they chop things very finely? Would make my life much easier!

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ICanTuckMyBoobsInMyPockets · 22/10/2018 21:57

You want one of these Kenwood CH180A Mini Chopper- White www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0000C6WPC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_bMJZBbFQ1MKK8

I've had mine about 5 years, best value gadget I've ever had.

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eggncress · 22/10/2018 22:12

Yes they chop stuff very fine. I even use mine for making breadcrumbs.
Some have a paddle type blade too for whipping cream.
Couldn’t be without mine.

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NanTheWiser · 22/10/2018 23:11

I use a Zyliss chopper, excellent for chopping veg for soups, etc.

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UsedBySomebodyAlready · 22/10/2018 23:34

I swear by my mini chopper. Super easy to clean too.
I've got an all singing all dancing food processor that has been used once and sits in the cupboard - I can't face putting it all together, figuring it out, and washing it all.

Mini chopper is just 2 things to wash so not an overwhelming gadget!

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LadyDeadpool · 22/10/2018 23:45

Those alligator chopper things are amazing if you have a bit of upper body strength!

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Lucked · 22/10/2018 23:51

We have the little Russell hobbs one. Hardly takes any room in the dishwasher.

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hellokittymania · 22/10/2018 23:51

Hi, I have always wanted to buy one of these. I am not very strong at all in my wrists, which one would be best. I'm also visually impaired, so I don't want something that will be a nightmare to clean.

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georgedawes · 23/10/2018 04:34

Thanks :)

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