Great price if you need one, prices for these have dropped so much lately, I think it's one of them gadgets that will be at the back of the corner cupboard behind the foot spar pretty quickly!
All Spiralizer Discounts, Offers and Sale - August 2018
Don't bother they are rubbish. I bought one for about £25.00 and it just does not do what it says on the tin. The motor is not powerful enough to cut vegetables.
Heat for just buying 1 and not clearing the shelf like some people do on here.
I got one from B&M for £9.99 last year This is a great saving so when you'rs in still in the box next year you'll have wasted £3 less than me (embarrassed)
bought one last year used once, back of the cupboard ever since. Spiralised courgette is still courgette however you dress it up, save yourself the money it's VERY faddy
Yay! This looks perfect to put in the back of my cupboard to collect dust. It can go right next to the other spiralizer my wife insisted on buying in a huge hurry a few years back when she heard about them, that one was used once and has never seen the light of day since.
If you've got a B&M it's probably a good idea
Ah, I gather people like to replace pasta with spiral veg, and this is a "thing" now just that the phrasing was odd...
When you are GF you can't eat pasta nor in my case the processed GF alternatives so I would have courgette say instead of pasta and as the above poster points out its a great way to eat less carbs in general. So I am all for spiralising this is just not the device to do it with.
Is non spiralised food full of gluten then?
Looks like the sort of device that you use twice and then ends up at the back of kitchen cupboard for 3 years before finally ending up in a landfill or relatives kitchen
Because you want spiralised veg, but don't want to pay the significant supermarket prices? My spiraliser helped me get the last two stones off and keep them off - from a high of 16 1/2 stone, now 11 stone or so and bang on the middle of 'healthy BMI', which typically seems people suggesting I'm too thing, thanks to 'fat acceptance' etc. (Yes, I "could just eat less" - except that isn't at all easy for me, which is why I've got up to 16 1/2 stone in the past.)
Electric or nor you'll never use it and it will take up cupboard space. Learn by my mistake (lol)
What is the best thing to by to make spiral potatoes? Like the twisters..
An electric spiralizer in your kitchen is a sign you've reached peak middle-class!
Cheaper here :)
Reviews on amazon.co.uk here. Doesn't seem to be that good judging by reviews and definitely not worth £99. However much cheaper than amazon so thanks for posting OP and welcome to HUKD!
Boot sale. I got one from the freeads for nowt and after a couple of days making carrot strings and courgetti you find out you can make these amazing potato laces that you deep fry and are awesome.and you end up putting about half a stone on eating deep fried potato birds' nests. It's seriously one of the most unhealthy freebies ever and it went straight back onto freeads like some curse you had to pass back on down the line to be free of it, like in "It Follows".
any good heard not good reviews anyone own one or is it destined for the car boot sale
eBay item number 282840561859 only 9.99 delivered....
Tesco outlet £10.50 including delivery, if you can't C&C https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Salter-EK2299TES-3-1-Side-Loading-Electric-Fruit-Vegetable-Spiralizer-15W-/401364412519?hash=item5d732ee867
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.
So it is... read anything but that bit XD
Haha, first paragraph? Be honest now, did you even start the first paragraph? The title covers just about all you need to know (cheeky)
out of fashion already?
Was £3.50 for money ok value, be warned the white plastic turns orange after carrot use
£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!!
£9.95 on Amazon
LoVe all these gadgets, trouble is you often need another kitchen to store them all in
Because you can get fresh meat out of it
Why the hell would I want to do that?
Hi, Correct I posted in the description. (y)
Have you tried cutting up a butternut squash into noodles? (skeptical)
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.
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
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.
'Liked' for Franklin :D
The photos uploaded by customers on Amazon are hilarious, the vegetables look like they're part of a crime scene.
Free if you go to Debenhams on the right day and watch a demonstration. About as useful as a chocolate teapot too.
I bought this and it was completely rubbish. I even posted a deal on it. I sent it back don't buy. A lot of waste product and the top bit keeps slipping is it cuts off the machine.
https://m.gearbest.com/fruit-vegetable-tools/pp_799440.html 59p from gearbest, a Quality manual equivalent i'm sure we can all agree 😁
Will take a punt as its nice when we use the manual cheap thing we have buts its too much of a pain so tend to not bother.
cheers. might Invest at this price as am currently using a hand spiralizer
(y) 🏻 Me too
:D had dispatched email so they are honouring these
In stock, but code no longer working
All in one? Looks like at least 5 bits to me!
Although I can still buy the 2 items separately for £16.99, on their website
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 :D that's one little guy's Christmas sorted, Heat Added :D
The sort of thing that you think you want then find its only purpose is filling up your kitchen cupboard.
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 8)
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 😄
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 ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fat_Head ) or on 'The Twinkie diet' ( http://edition.cnn.com/2010/HEALTH/11/08/twinkie.diet.professor/index.html ) . 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.
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.
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 :).
Only issue is these are huge. Great if you do a lot of stir-fry and entertaining but otherwise more faff.
I have just picked up two Kenwood Spiralizers at Tesco Chorley for £12 each, last 2 on the shelves
I didn't buy it. You might just be able to make it out from the sideways pic. It's on Tesco direct at £35. You might be able to get a product code from there.
Do you have the barcode pls
None on the clearance shelves. I didn't look in the vac department.
did they have any vacuum cleaners
that's odd, seems to be working for me
Coupon code "RG10" is not valid.
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?