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Salter Handheld Spiraliser now only £1.75 @ Tesco instore
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Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
Evening, ladies and gentlemen (tips hat). :{ Here we have a fine specimen of deluxe quality branded culinary tat at a price not to be sniffed at. I saw these on the shelf in my l… Read more
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Heat given not only for deal but also because you've stated which shop you've purchased it in without sending everybody on a wild goose chase or leaving them hanging for information.
Jumpingphil4 m ago

It is listed as a Tesco direct deal.


So it is... read anything but that bit
peejaylew4 h, 28 m ago

Too many words, lost interest after the first paragraph


Haha, first paragraph? Be honest now, did you even start the first paragraph? The title covers just about all you need to know
out of fashion already?
Was £3.50 for money ok value, be warned the white plastic turns orange after carrot use
Salter Spiralizer £15.99 @ Argos
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Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
With 3 interchangeable stainless steel blades you can create curly noodles, spiral twists and pretty ribbons. Select your blade and vegetable and secure them in place then turn the… Read more
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£7.99 reduced to clear in Lidl at the moment
This is the one item we bought last year that is gathering dust after 2nd/3rd use

And we paid £3 for it!!
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£9.95 on Amazon
LoVe all these gadgets, trouble is you often need another kitchen to store them all in
Spiralizer Express - £20 @ Morphy Richards
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Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
Spiralize your way to five a day. Prepare fresh, healthy meals with a fun and easy twist. The Spiralizer Express is the fun and easy way to create nutritious meals for all the fami… Read more
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iGlad16th Jan

Why the hell would I want to do that?


Because you can get fresh meat out of it
Bluebella8 h, 43 m ago

Have you tried cutting up a butternut squash into noodles?


Why the hell would I want to do that?
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ao4real8 h, 40 m ago

just went on their site and if you enter your email, you apparently get a …just went on their site and if you enter your email, you apparently get a further 8% off, so potentially could get it for £18.40.


Hi, Correct I posted in the description.
iGlad14 h, 57 m ago

Just cut up your veg it’s that simple!!


Have you tried cutting up a butternut squash into noodles?
iGlad14 h, 22 m ago

Just cut up your veg it’s that simple!!



I have depression something "simple" can be a major task for me so think about that, but at the same time years ago I remember saying to someone it was simple to build a pc and they said thats because I have experience in it.
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Morphy Richards Electric Spiralizer with 2 blades £14.99  (Prime) / £19.74 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Found 27th Dec 2017Found 27th Dec 2017
Two interchangeable blades (spaghetti and ribbons) Easy clean blades, simply rinse under running water Detachable bowl for easy cleaning Compact design for easy storage Support… Read more
Another once used item that will clutter up the pan cupboard
Love mine. No complaints. Have some much needed heat🔥
Nice find! I have one of the manual ones, I’m on a no kitchen gadget spend otherwise I’d grab this
Bargained52 m ago

Are these any good? Ive just ordered with 3yrs accidental for £17.99. Got …Are these any good? Ive just ordered with 3yrs accidental for £17.99. Got till mid tomorrow to cancel i think


This model has mixed reviews. For that reason I didn't bother even with warranty. It's not worth the hassle
Spiralizers drive me round the twist.
Salter EK2299 3-in-1 Side Loading Electric Fruit and Vegetable Spiralizer £11.50 delivered @ Tesco Outlet Ebay
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Found 16th Sep 2017Found 16th Sep 2017
Great for salads and stir fries. Brand new with 12 month warranty -- Learn to cook the healthy way with the Salter Electric Spiralizer. This easy to use food preparation device i… Read more
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a fun way to encourage kids to eat their veggies having the kids supervising to make your doing it right and no accidents happen the kids can also pick their own loose fruit & veggies themselves get em digging in the veg aisle looking for good ones at the supermarket or somewhere get em right involved I bet even the horrible veggies taste much better when they have been through the special machine

that's one little guy's Christmas sorted, Heat Added
The sort of thing that you think you want then find its only purpose is filling up your kitchen cupboard.
Smeeble1 h, 30 m ago

Pointless food craze this, so naff. not voting cold as I'm sure this is a …Pointless food craze this, so naff. not voting cold as I'm sure this is a good price but seriously? I suppose if you've endless kitchen cupboard space you need to fill but surely nobody genuinely uses tosh like this. Rant over 😄


This is going to be 'grate' with my Quinoa and Kale patties and not only that the colour will be a match to my full sleeve tattoos and beard
Edited by: "tinca" 16th Sep 2017
How much space will this take at the back of my cupboard? I've got roughly 2 sqft to fill.
Pointless food craze this, so naff. not voting cold as I'm sure this is a good price but seriously? I suppose if you've endless kitchen cupboard space you need to fill but surely nobody genuinely uses tosh like this. Rant over 😄
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Salter EK2299TES 3 In 1 Side Loading Electric Fruit & Vegetable Spiralizer 15W £12.50 @ Tesco / Ebay
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Found 3rd Sep 2017Found 3rd Sep 2017
Great deal. Brand new comes with 12 month Tesco outlet warranty. Free postage
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Now £11.50
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.
_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.
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.
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 :).
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Dexam Spiralizer System with Three Vegetable Blades £9 / £12.95 delivered
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Really loving Dexam at the minute, the last product i brought was amazing, such good quality! Spiralizer's seems to be a big thing at the minute so thought i'd jump on the social… Read more
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TishoG

Coupon code "RG10" is not valid.


that's odd, seems to be working for me
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Dyslexic_Dog

That reads like a script from some second rate shopping channel, what do … That reads like a script from some second rate shopping channel, what do you do for a day job?



just try and be as detailed as possible and honest with my opinions on product, i work for the council
That reads like a script from some second rate shopping channel, what do you do for a day job?
Salter Round Spiralizer - Green, £7 C+C @ The Works
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Found 11th Apr 2017Found 11th Apr 2017
With Free Click & Collect available Make tasty and nutritious meals using this Salter round spiralizer. The interchangeable blades will allow you to create a wonderful variety… Read more
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Heat added. Bought a Benriner spiralizer a few years ago before there were better value options like this available. Love spiralizing - so easy to make vegetables and salads look more appealing.
Ideal world cookshop spiralizer  £2 + free p&p
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Found this great deal on ideal world. A cookshop spiralizer. £2 at the minute plus free p&p. Got one for when we move plus one each for our parents.
Woman called trying to sell some nonsense Ideal World voucher subscription plan. No thanks.
I bought this.

It arrived today.

It's massive
Got mine today too bargain thanks OP
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buddhabelly

Just got mine too. Worked out at £1.52 (£5 off over £5 spend voucher (e … Just got mine too. Worked out at £1.52 (£5 off over £5 spend voucher (expired))Now am gonna try a giant spiral deep fried crisp X)



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Just got mine too. Worked out at £1.52 (£5 off over £5 spend voucher (expired))
Now am gonna try a giant spiral deep fried crisp X)
HALF PRICE MORPHY RICHARDS SPIRALIZER - REDUCED TO £15 @ Morrisons (instore)
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Found 11th Mar 2017Found 11th Mar 2017
Just grabbed one of these Morphy Richards Spiralizers in my local Morrison's this evening for £15. Average price after doing some research is around £30 odd. No idea what you do … Read more
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I've just brought one from ideal world £4.99. I love it!
got a manual one for £8 on amazon does the job perfectly and takes up 1/4 of the space
We bought one of these for a £10 last week at B&Ms
Still £30 in my local Morrisons
Still scanning at £30 iny local
Morphy Richards 432020 Morphy Richards Spiralizer, 0.5L, Black - £24 Amazon Prime
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Found 10th Jan 2017Found 10th Jan 2017
This is one of the first electric spiralizers on the market. I can highly recommend it and I have even bought 3 as presents, although at more than twice this price £49.99. It has 2… Read more
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Curry's are also selling this for this price.
dewonderful. Spiralizing root vegetables can be hard going if you have arthritis in your joints. Or getting on a bit! I have the hand one but treated myself to this, after waiting for the price to drop, specifically for beetroot and celeriac.
Who spiralises food so much they need an electric machine to do it? X)
Damn my prime expired
nice
Brieftons 5-Blade Spiralizer: Vegetable Spiral Slicer, Best Veggie Pasta Spaghetti Maker £19.99 Sold by Brieftons UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Found 23rd Mar 2016Found 23rd Mar 2016
the deal is back again!!!! ✓ YOUR COMPLETE SPIRALIZING KIT with NEW, SUPERIOR DESIGNS: The All-New Improved Brieftons 5-Blade Spiralizer comes with all the features you can find … Read more
ukwestspeed

we have one like this. Fine for anything soft like cucumber but I wanted … we have one like this. Fine for anything soft like cucumber but I wanted it for sweet potato and you will struggle to hold the rig down as it bends under the force needed (not helped by the handle falling off ours the first time we used it). So as already mentioned spends a lot of time taking up space you don't have in the kitchen. They are also a faff to clean.



Sweet potato is too tough for most machines. May all stainless chip cutter had the blade pack explode. It was fine with normal potatoes but I think for sweet potatoes only a knife or industrial grade machines will do!

I've some expensive mandolins all stainless reluctant to wreck it on a sweet potato.
was bought one of these as a present, works prefect, I use it with raw carrots
we have one like this. Fine for anything soft like cucumber but I wanted it for sweet potato and you will struggle to hold the rig down as it bends under the force needed (not helped by the handle falling off ours the first time we used it). So as already mentioned spends a lot of time taking up space you don't have in the kitchen. They are also a faff to clean.
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yea well its easy to copy
These things make a great cupboard ornament.
Salter BW04294 Multi-Purpose 3 Blade White Fruit And Vegetable Spiralizer £11.00 prime / £15.75 non prime @ Amazon - Lightning deal
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Lightening Deal! Almost worth buying it to sit at the back of the cupboard for this price... - The spiralizer is a razor-sharp cutting device that creates thin ribbons of vegetabl… Read more
The Range sell an identical one without the Salter brand name for £7.99.
Failing to find a use for this. Maybe shredding veg for burritos or homemade kebabs but even here i'm not sure Mmmmm *scratches chin*
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This is a lot better looking than the 10p one I purchased from Amazon. May purchase so I have something sturdier to sit at the back of the cupboard!
Lakeland StaySharp Peelers buy 1 get 1 half price - £5.32 for 2 (£2.66 each) - Instore and Online, Free C&C
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I n̶e̶e̶d̶e̶d̶ wanted a julienne peeler and was pleased to see these were buy 1 get 1 half price. I already had the potato peeler, which I've had for a few years now and it is bri… Read more
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Master G

Shame the closest store is 17 miles away. But then the reviews are so … Shame the closest store is 17 miles away. But then the reviews are so good, i'm willing to pay the £2.99 postage to try them.



How did you find them to use?
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faatimahomer

Thnx for this got mine today. So happy I got it



You're welcome I am glad you got it. Have you tried it yet?
Thnx for this got mine today. So happy I got it
good find op, heat added
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Master G

Shame the closest store is 17 miles away. But then the reviews are so … Shame the closest store is 17 miles away. But then the reviews are so good, i'm willing to pay the £2.99 postage to try them.



I'm pretty sure you will like them If you don't, make sure you let them know. I think they are pretty good with returns. I don't think you will want to return them though!
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