*I was not paid for this review! I received this product free of charge for my honest opinion!
I love cooking and love new ways to prepare food! I've always wanted a quality spiralizer, and I think I may have found it! Brieftons Five Blade Spiralizer has so many options, I can prepare just about anything just by using this nifty machine! This is a wonderful time-saver that helps me prepare veggies in all new ways to help keep dinner interesting!
The Spiralizer comes in a nice bundle package with plenty of options. It takes minimal assembly and can be put together in less than a minute. The base has suction cups that you can easily attach to any surface. You simply take the sliding piece and insert the spiked vegetable pusher into a hole at the top. Screw the handle into the back of the threaded spike piece until it locks into place. That's your vegetable pusher piece assembled! Now, just slide your selected blade into the blade holder until it snaps into place. Pop that whole piece onto the base and you have your cutting part assembled! Very quick and easy, and now you can prepare your veggies! The whole pushing piece slides into the grooved part of the base and easily moves back and forth. The handle is made of reinforced heavy duty stainless steel, which is vital if you'd like it to last more than a few months!
The five blades that come with the spiralizer cover a wide range of different ways to cut your veggies! Each blade is made of ultra-sharp Japanese 420-grade hardened stainless steel for durability to make endless creations.
The blades are:
Angel-hair blade for 2mm ultra thin noodles
Fine-shredding blade for 3mm-wide noodles
Crude-shedding blade for 6mm-wide noodles
Flat blade for ribbon-like noodles
Curly-fry blade for 10mm wide x 6mm thick curly fries
The spiralizer was very easy to use! I chose to use the curly fry blade to make some homemade curly fries! It was little hard to stabilize at first until I moved my hand to the back of the base to stabilize it better. It cut very well and made perfect little spirals. It was very easy to cut the potato and I had my fries cut in about 30 seconds! I didn't have to exert any effort to pushing the potato through, the handle easily helped push it. The fries came out perfectly uniform in thickness and were in nice long spirals. I made some finger lickin' good curly fried that my family loves, and I can't wait to use this awesome spiralizer to try new veggies out! Minimal effort to assemble+ minimal effort to use= maximum results!!
If you'd like an extremely versatile spiralizer for yourself, you can get one here:
**They also have an amazing upright Vertico Spiralizer that I love too!
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