Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Slicer

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The Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Slicer turns veggies into healthy spaghetti instantly!
Perfect, delicious pasta without the carbs
Versatile kitchen tool makes veggie spaghetti, stir-fries, juliennes, and more
Great for zucchini, squash, carrots, cucumbers, and potatoes
Spiral slicer has dual stainless-steel cutting blades for thick or thin pasta strands.
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[Products] spiral funnel cut wire
[Material] abs + stainless steel
[Style] simple environmental protection
[Size] 12.5 * 7cm
[Applicable people] Everyone
[Weight] 150 g
[Occasion] home
[Color Style] White Black Green

Package Content
1*Vegetable Slicer





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Additional information
Weight 0.14 kg
Dimensions 125 × 70 × 125 cm

Green, Black, White

Reviews ( 8 )

8 reviews for Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Slicer

    Brian M.
    June 12, 2019
    After spending a fortune a few times on premade zoodles from the grocery, I got a cheap, $6, zoodler on Amazon. It paid for itself the first time I used it, but was arduous, since it was small and had a flat plate and cut 3 shreds at a time, so took a few minutes to do each zucchini or squash. I figured a conical one would work better since it cut many more shreds at once, so got the Veggetti. Sure enough, it is much easier and faster to use, and I zoodled 4 squash in about 2 minutes total. It is easy to clean with a handled brush, and small so easy to store. Highly recommended.
    beachy psychologist californiabeachy psychologist california
    June 6, 2019
    This has been a game changer in my house. I had always wanted a Veggetti and finally got one when I started feeling guilty serving my boyfriend "just sauce" when i was cooking quinoa or regular pasta for myself and my kids. He doesnt eat any starch at all as he is on a ketagenic diet. I surprised him with it when he got back from a business trip, and we all love it! The kids literally fight over who gets to make the pasta. The noodles can be thick or thin, and as long as you desire. it is so easy to use even my four year old helps cook. The noodles are delicious raw or sautéed with some olive oil and herbs. We also like to eat it with meat sauce and parmesan cheese, it is so filling but in the best way. I love having a way to get my kids to eat more vegetables, and it is fun to use and easy to clean. I have only used zucchini with it so far, but can't wait to try potatoes and other veggies. My boyfriend bought one of his own, he told me it "changed his life," as he has lost almost 80 pounds on the ketagenic diet, but misses pasta sauce and the texture of noodles. This texture is even better and doesn't make you feel bloated or heavy. Awesome kitchen staple, yum yum!! 
    The Virginia Millers
    June 4, 2019
    I used to only eat pasta and sauce. I can't tell you the last time I had real pasta. We carve up everything in this! We started off with zucchini. It is so easy to use! So then, since I was low carbing it, I said, why do I need to limit myself to veggies. Last night I made meat noodles. I put in a keilbasa and turned that thing into noodles. So now, I don't need to cook ground meat up for my sauce. Any can of sauce becomes meat sauce with meat noodles.
    February 12, 2019
    I join the enthusiastic reviewers for this product. I did not get mine through Amazon (it was a gift) but I patronize Amazon and often read reviews on the site prior to making purchases. (Much thanks to my fellow reviewers. Mean it.) Two things that seem to keep cropping up for this item are cleaning frustrations and wasted veggie-ends. Hoping to help, I respectfully offer the following:CLEANING: I don't use the end cap at all, so when I've finished using the Veggetti I simply immerse it in a large enough cup of warm water to soak until I'm ready to clean it. I know it's dishwasher safe, but the heat and dishwasher soaps can shorten the life of many items - particularly anything plastic or metal (check on both counts here). Since nothing has dried on it because I've soaked it, I just use a kitchen-designated toothbrush to gently clean around the blades in the warm, soapy dishwater I'm using for wood-handle knives, pots and anything else I don't want to run through the dishwasher. After rinsing, I give it a good shake, dry the outside lightly with a paper towel and let it air-dry.WASTED VEGGIE ENDS: After washing the veg (zucchini mostly) WITHOUT PEELING IT, I cut off the flower (or 'belly button') end, insert that end into the Veggetti and LEAVE THE STEM on the other end. When I get to the point where my fingers might be at risk, I insert the tines of a short dessert fork into the stem and continue turning **slowly and carefully** until I have about a 1-inch cone below the stem. I simply slice the small bit of remaining squash into a few small 'coins' and throw nothing at all away except the stem. (Back on the farm, that stem would've gone on the compost pile or in the slop container for livestock feed...but I'm a long way from the farm now.) Fingers safe; nothing wasted. The end-cap included is suggested for use as a grip when nearing the end of the veg. As thoughtfully well-intended a gesture as that may be, I respectfully submit my input: I found it amusingly useless at best and dag-blamed annoying at worst. 'Nuff said.As far as its efficacy (in my experience), only the larger-bladed side does what I want it to do. It works wonderfully well on zucchini and yellow squash (unless the yellow squash is too big and the seeds impede successful use). I tried it on eggplant and had to restrain myself from using words that got my mouth washed out with soap eons ago. (If you want eggplant noodles, peel the eggplant and cut it into 1-inch 'slabs' then use a vegetable peeler to get long, flat strips...saving your sanity in the process.) I think carrots and potatoes would unnecessarily dull the blades (and shorten the life of the item) and since I can get pre-shredded carrot and frozen shredded potatoes at the grocery store, why re-invent the wheel? Some folks said they had success with cucumbers; I did not. I'm deliriously happy with the zucchini spirals it produces though and use them in Pad Thai, with Bolognese pasta sauce, in cold antipasto salads and I'm still experimenting. (Oh - to cut down on the watery-ness of the zucchini spirals, I lay 2 paper towels in the bottom of the big metal bowl I use and spiral away at least an hour or more before I want to use them, then place the bowl UNCOVERED in the fridge. The zucchini 'weeps' into the paper towels below; the fridge helps that along the dehumidifying process while keeping them crisp. This is especially helpful if I'm serving zoodles with a hot pasta sauce.)A few folks noted the 'corkscrew' that seem to work its way through the hole in the middle of the device. That's the main reason I leave the cap off during use: those 'corkscrews' fall into the bowl I'm using to catch the zoodles instead of building up in the lower compartment. They can even be used as a decorative garnish if one is so inclined.I was saddened to note the number of folks who threw their Veggettis away in frustration. May I politely suggest bequeathing such things to GoodWill or a friend or neighbor? "One man's trash is another man's treasure" is what I heard often as a kid. Just sayin'. (c;
    January 13, 2019
    I had one of these for years and used it on a near daily basis. I wound up losing it 3 years ago when my relationship fell apart and I was forced to move quickly with less than all of my property. Flash forward 3 years and a pandemic later and I found myself in need to drop a few pounds. Low carb is the fastest way for me personally to do that but I was having issues including vegetables into my meals due to my limited time to cook. I decided to get another Veggetti to see if it would help and it absolutely has.I use this mainly for cooking squash and zucchini. It works great to bulk out meals and speeds cooking time drastically. It's a quick way to make mock low carb pasta and allows me to both expand my simple meals and get more vegetables into my diet.Cleaning can be difficult, but is eased drastically by cleaning immediately after use with a bottle brush.While it has 2 cutting sizes I stick mainly to the thick side as I've found the thin side to clog easily and to be excessively difficult to unclog and clean.The spiked top is almost completely useless. It tends to shred the vegetables instead of aiding in twisting and what little extra you might be able to get from the very end of your vegetable is just not worth fighting with it.
    January 13, 2019
    I am enthusiastically writing a review for this product. Why?. This product has, with little expense helped reduce my number one craving for my favorite simple carb, PASTA. Who knew I liked zucchini so much. The Veggetti is a simple, well constructed product for what it was made for. When I prepare a zucchini or squash, I only need to trim the very tip off the end. I leave the stem on unless its very long because the stem provides a sturdy place for the end cap. Very minimal waste this way. By the way, the center that comes out the end is mostly seeds which provide almost no nutritional value.A couple of tips I found is, instead of cutting the length of strips coming out with scissors every 10 inches or so, I just reverse directions every ten clock wise turns. This will cut the strips at this point without much interruption. Also, when cleaning, i don't let it sit to get dry. Instead after each use I rinse it out at the faucet. If anything is stuck in the cutters, I use my faucets power spray feature which unclogs anything the faucet can't get. If you don't have a power spray then try a toothbrush.I always read products reviews when I try to make decisions on my purchase so I hope my review can help you with your shopping too. [...]. Thanks for reading.
    January 1, 2019
    Inexpensive, easy to use, easy to clean, easy to store, handy to grab. A little rough on the wrists. Low on wasted veggies. Got a crank model that mounts via suction to the countertop before this one; this one gets more use. It makes great noodles easily. It can not spiralize though, and oversized vegetables simply exceed its intake capability.
    January 18, 2018
    This is the fourth one I had bought. I use it all the time and I'm now buying these as gifts for people who see mine and love it. I use it all the time. It is so easy to use and the cleanup is very quick. The one I have lasedt me over a year so far so it's very durable. I highly recommend this to anyone who loves to experiment with cooking different ways. I have added a photo of zucchini noodles prior to cooking. 
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