Salter EK2299TES 3 In 1 Side Loading Electric Fruit & Vegetable Spiralizer 15W £12.50 @ Tesco / Ebay
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Salter EK2299TES 3 In 1 Side Loading Electric Fruit & Vegetable Spiralizer 15W £12.50 @ Tesco / Ebay

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Great deal. Brand new comes with 12 month Tesco outlet warranty. Free postage
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Why not?
What a space taker. Just to twist veg. I'm sure there is a manual version which sits in the drawer....
Still, if you're kitchen isn't already full of gadgets, and for 12.50, have at it.

Would make a lovely gift. For someone you don't like.
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just....why?
Why not?
Why don't I want to spend £12.50 to turn my food into string?
cdm221 h, 15 m ago

just....why?

Your absolutely right.
Someone had a laugh with his mates in the planning think tank and made a bet that he could sell this as people with rabbits would love to make a table with a tofu top and carrot turned legs.....
Anyway I'm off to turn a parsnip into a guinea pig walking stick as its getting closer to autumn and his knees are playing up...
What a space taker. Just to twist veg. I'm sure there is a manual version which sits in the drawer....
Still, if you're kitchen isn't already full of gadgets, and for 12.50, have at it.

Would make a lovely gift. For someone you don't like.
Thanks for the deal. I just bought one. Starting the Atkins diet tomorrow and I was looking one of these. Xx
Or £10.99 with another seller. See alternative sellers.So even cheaper to get something you don't need!
I just know there will be hordes of women on Mumsnet going apesh|t over their new spiral carrot making machine, and how they simply could not have imagined their life before one
one of those things you never knew you might need

just watch the heat spiral
Edited by: "wised_up" 3rd Sep 2017
Can this be used to peel butternut squash?
horsey11 m ago

I just know there will be hordes of women on Mumsnet going apesh|t over …I just know there will be hordes of women on Mumsnet going apesh|t over their new spiral carrot making machine, and how they simply could not have imagined their life before one


Hah! So true. This machine will rock their worlds!
horsey22 m ago

I just know there will be hordes of women on Mumsnet …I just know there will be hordes of women on Mumsnet ..........................................

I'm actually offended such a website exists in this age of gender equality.!

I think us MEN need a 'DADSNET' where we can discuss cars, power tools and Halfords deals etc,. LOL
Does this cut vegetables into amphibious landing craft shapes?
Now every night is spaghetti night!
vanessaanne3 h, 0 m ago

Thanks for the deal. I just bought one. Starting the Atkins diet tomorrow …Thanks for the deal. I just bought one. Starting the Atkins diet tomorrow and I was looking one of these. Xx



Good luck! I've been Keto since 2015. Make sure you keep an eye on (and supplement if required) your electrolytes
mckinnon mills in coatbridge were selling these off at £9-99p yesterday had quite a few in stock
Springerbhoy6 h, 23 m ago

Why not?



15 watts.

When you can have 800 Watts and 2000RPM
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I like spiralised veg because it means I can eat more of the good stuff - ie meat.

Also just MOOOARR food, because I like eating.

I haven't used or seen the one in the deal, but doesn't look like too bad a design compared to some. May be a bit limited in size, but only for things like large butternut squash I'd reckon.

Otherwise, I'd definitely recommend the Müeller Spiral-Pro as is pictured with the drill - it comes with a manual handle, but a TRX60 bit works nicely, it turns out. Around £20 for mine I think. Top of the range drill with 9AH considerably increases overall cost!
Edited by: "_g_" 3rd Sep 2017
Ripperoo4 h, 4 m ago

I'm actually offended such a website exists in this age of gender …I'm actually offended such a website exists in this age of gender equality.!I think us MEN need a 'DADSNET' where we can discuss cars, power tools and Halfords deals etc,. LOL

It's worse than that, I'm sorry to say.

Mumsnet are well known for their political stance and lobbying against law reforms that would give more equality, particularly for fathers in divorced families.

Usually it is just the blood suckling lawyers who want to maintain what is currently a hugely adversarial system, based on gender roles from the 1950's. That Mumsnet are so anti-father is disgraceful. Most users of their website don't even know it.
I wonder what the record string length is? the 20m banana perhaps
Spiralize then deep fry, lovely
'I like spiralised veg because it means I can eat more of the good stuff - ie meat '

Have you been in hibernation for the last few decades g ?

If yopu want to eat more of the good stuff, read this and enlighten yourseif

uk.businessinsider.com/bes…7-8
Forgot g , good improvisation with the drill, I'll give that a go
Springerbhoy2 h, 27 m ago

'I like spiralised veg because it means I can eat more of the good stuff - …'I like spiralised veg because it means I can eat more of the good stuff - ie meat ' Have you been in hibernation for the last few decades g ?If yopu want to eat more of the good stuff, read this and enlighten yourseif http://uk.businessinsider.com/best-diet-body-brain-many-people-wrong-2017-8



Nope, I've seen the many passing fads.
Fat was bad.
Protein bad on and off.
Recently carbs are bad you may notice - you're actually a little out of date I'm afraid ;).

Alas I don't have the time to read the citations in your linked article, but often from many I've read in the past have, it's a bit of a 'jump to conclusions' game, which is compounded by journalists looking for clickworthy pages.

A couple of examples: a study which showed that being in a country with a 1% lower GDP gives you 1% lower chance of cancer (or may have been another condition). Which should suggest that the study hasn't properly accounted for environmental studies.

Or "The China Study"; one of the studies it cites I believe showed how rodents were much less likely to get cancer on the non-meat diet. What wasn't considered was that those without meat were also much more likely to die.


Still; all of that is besides the point.
Eating grey slime that tastes of spinnanch might be the best thing in the world, but I wouldn't consider it 'the good stuff'. Meat is nice to eat, which is why I label it "the good stuff".
I tend to go for low fat meat, which gives me good protein to calorie ratio - excellent for promoting muscle retention when losing weight, or gaining muscle without gaining excess fat.

As above - I use a TRX60 bit in the drill, which is a very good match for the spiraliser I'm using. I started off on the slowest speed (450rpm), but have upped it to the top (2000rpm) and this drill still does ok.
But with butternut squash at 2000rpm be aware it can reach some distance if you don't have something to catch it.
Can do a whole large butterut in under 10 seconds. I suspect an upgrade to a proper bearing on the veg-holder section may be due at some point :).
Edited by: "_g_" 4th Sep 2017
Before you rush to buy this I suggest you read some user/tried to be a user reviews. not very good I'm afraid to say. Yes the Mueller is brilliant, sorry no dots to put over the u, and very cleverly built.
Just because you sorry people don't want to eat spiralized food doesn't mean others do and enjoy it, as a lone lone liver i find it to much problem to do meat and veg for one as this way it's perfect, I get the spiralized veg instead of pasta and my meat as various dishes, i.e. chilli, curry, savoury mince etc. and so much easier to do a meal.
_g_1 h, 41 m ago

Nope, I've seen the many passing fads.Fat was bad.Protein bad on and …Nope, I've seen the many passing fads.Fat was bad.Protein bad on and off.Recently carbs are bad you may notice - you're actually a little out of date I'm afraid ;).Alas I don't have the time to read the citations in your linked article, but often from many I've read in the past have, it's a bit of a 'jump to conclusions' game, which is compounded by journalists looking for clickworthy pages.A couple of examples: a study which showed that being in a country with a 1% lower GDP gives you 1% lower chance of cancer (or may have been another condition). Which should suggest that the study hasn't properly accounted for environmental studies.Or "The China Study"; one of the studies it cites I believe showed how rodents were much less likely to get cancer on the non-meat diet. What wasn't considered was that those without meat were also much more likely to die.Still; all of that is besides the point.Eating grey slime that tastes of spinnanch might be the best thing in the world, but I wouldn't consider it 'the good stuff'. Meat is nice to eat, which is why I label it "the good stuff".I tend to go for low fat meat, which gives me good protein to calorie ratio - excellent for promoting muscle retention when losing weight, or gaining muscle without gaining excess fat.As above - I use a TRX60 bit in the drill, which is a very good match for the spiraliser I'm using. I started off on the slowest speed (450rpm), but have upped it to the top (2000rpm) and this drill still does ok.But with butternut squash at 2000rpm be aware it can reach some distance if you don't have something to catch it.Can do a whole large butterut in under 10 seconds. I suspect an upgrade to a proper bearing on the veg-holder section may be due at some point :).


Oh, meat free is not a fad and the article is worth a swatch.
Just being veggie, doesn't mean you are healthy, you have to eat a 'healthy' plant based diet, good oils, good carbs and good protein and this is also good for the planet as well as humans.
Sure; and Pokemon Go isn't a fad either :). (For some, it isn't.)

Eating a 'plant based diet, good oils, good carbs and good protein' doesn't mean you are healthy either.

You can also eat a diet which includes plenty of meat, fast foods, processed foods and so on and be healthy - a lot more so than many 'clean eaters' and so on... if you actually pay attention to what you eat and what your body needs for your chosen goals.
To prove a point, people have improved their health purely eating McDonalds ( en.wikipedia.org/wik…ead ) or on 'The Twinkie diet' ( edition.cnn.com/201…tml ) .
Sure, neither recommend it as a sensible solution - but it shows there's a lot more than just choosing fad foods.

The massive elephant in the room is that what's good for the planet is less humans.
Our food practices are just one small aspect of that.
I can (for the moment at least) take the moral higher ground over parents; in that I haven't created any more myself, that I know of.
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