Reddit Reddit reviews Paderno World Cuisine 3-Blade Vegetable Slicer / Spiralizer, Counter-Mounted and includes 3 Stainless Steel Blades

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Paderno World Cuisine 3-Blade Vegetable Slicer / Spiralizer, Counter-Mounted and includes 3 Stainless Steel Blades
ORIGINAL DESIGN, BOASTING MORE THAN 15 YEARS ON THE U.S. MARKETIncludes: 1 x Vegetable spiralizer / slicer plus 3 blades for vegetable strands & zucchini noodlesBPA-Free base. Blades made of ABS plastic frames and stainless steel blades. Dishwasher safe.A recommended favorite in Bon Appétit, Food and Wine, House Beautiful, Oprah Magazine and Food Network; reviewed by Cook's IllustratedMade by Paderno World Cuisine, a leader in healthy cuisine since 1925. Recognized for its stability, consistently producing long, even noodles and ribbons.
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110 Reddit comments about Paderno World Cuisine 3-Blade Vegetable Slicer / Spiralizer, Counter-Mounted and includes 3 Stainless Steel Blades:

u/eckspress · 17 pointsr/Paleo

Seriously! You must try this-

It works great with sweet potato, zuchini, and turnup (at least those are what I've tried so far!)

Also makes carrot and cucumber look badass for a salad ;)

u/vampire_kitty · 17 pointsr/keto

Paderno is the one I bought a few weeks ago. I did a bunch of research and watched YouTube videos of all the top rated ones. This was the one I picked and it's already paid for itself in massive deliciousness. Oh the creamy cheesy sauces and homemade pesto!!! I'm looking forward to trying some Greek salads with the flat slicer on some cucumbers next. :) So much versatility and lots of online recipe ideas for those not inclined to making up their own. Highly recommend!

EDIT: I came back now that I'm not on my phone to add a link to the one I bought. I've been extremely happy with it. Dishwasher safe, easy to clean.

Like many of the others in this thread, I, too, loathe single use kitchen gadgets but despite the impression that this one only does one thing, it's extremely versatile. I'm about to post a bunch of links to recipes I found under someone else's comment asking for recipe ideas so search this thread for some more ideas. It does a lot more than "just" zucchini noodles! But, really, at this point now that I've tried it, even if that was all that it could do, I'd still be extremely happy with my purchase. :)

u/Maipai · 10 pointsr/fitmeals

Buy one of these, make some zucchini pasta, and add your favorite pasta sauce. I'm a fan of this sauce, but you can do anything from pesto to pad thai.

u/Just_Call_Me_Kitty · 9 pointsr/Paleo

Check out getting a vegetable noodle peeler! I just bought this one and made zucchini noodles with it a few days ago. They are pretty tasteless, but have a good texture and soak up other flavors well. You can use just about any root veggie out there. Going to try and make a beef stew with carrot, rutabaga, and turnip noodles in the crock pot this weekend!

Here is the one that i bought. Super simple and cleans easily.

Edit: oh and to cook them just microwave it for a few minutes or boil it. I'm sure you could make some awesome potato or whatever you like fries with this too!

u/RolloGigante · 9 pointsr/Paleo

Spiral vegetable slicer. This thing is freaking awesome. I love noodles and pasta, and we use these "noodles" in paleo pad thai and pasta dishes. For the pasta, i just heat olive oil, throw in garlic and red pepper flakes to infuse it, toss in the noodles and cook through quickly...server meat and veggies and sauce over it or eat as is, the bomb! We also use it to shred all the cabbage, and will probaby use it to make sweet potato fries soon...stay tuned.

u/bananaslammock08 · 8 pointsr/1200isplenty

I love my spiralizer. I also really like having my own Popsicle molds so I can make healthy/low cal frozen treats. I also drink black coffee and I've found that a french press and a hand-turn burr grinder (all the decent electric ones are hundreds of dollars and I'm too busy buying Halo Top to drop that kind of dough to save myself less than a minute each morning) make the best black coffee, plus they don't take up room on the counter top. You do have to grind your own beans with a french press and you have to use a burr grinder to get a course, consistent grind, which one of those electric things with a spinning blade can't provide.

Having a mandolin can be nice for thinly and evenly slicing veggies for baked chips and the like (mine is Oxo) but I would recommend buying one of those cut resistant glove things to use with it as the hand held thing that comes with the mandolin to slide food across is annoying as all hell, but I think that's a universal when it comes to mandolins.

I also love my food scale (again, Oxo). I have the one that weighs heavier weights at home and the little baby 5 lb limit one at work which is great because then I can measure out a serving of crackers, dip, whatever out of a larger container at work and I don't have to pre-measure everything at home and use a bunch of containers and then have to haul it all to and from work.

u/madamemoriarty · 7 pointsr/xxfitness

I've been coveting a vegetable spiralizer so I can noodle-ize ALL the vegetables!

u/Prehensile · 7 pointsr/fitmeals

MFP has me at 1200 for now, but because of my running, I usually eat more like 1400-1500. However, I've noticed that there are lots of recipes on and that I can make for about 350 calories for a pretty satisfying serving. I eat breakfast around 7AM, lunch around noonish and find that I generally need a snack (usually greek yogurt, I second Jackal904's love of the stuff) before dinner.

For specific recipes, one of my favorite tricks is to do a "pasta" recipe and sub zucchini "noodles", which cuts the calories down like crazy. Then I can eat a really big portion for my alloted number of calories. I have this thing which I use a lot and really love. Makes zucchini noodles in 30 seconds, whee! Another favorite snack: deviled eggs. Use a tiny bit of low-fat mayo just to get the yolk mixture creamy enough, and use mostly mustard instead, and you've got a snack that's about 90-100 calories for the full egg. A lot of times, one egg will get me through to dinner!

I like to cook, and have decent amounts of time to do it, so I always look for recipes that are around 350 calories for a serving that isn't pathetic (like a half cup of something - like I could possibly feel full on that) and has lots of protein and/or fiber, which is going to make me feel a lot fuller.

Oh, and I recently stumbled across this collection of soup recipes and some of those look like good candidates for dinners, etc. You can view all to circumvent the annoying slideshow format.

I've actually found myself pleasantly surprised at how many things I can still cook and eat (and enjoy) without having to break my calorie allotment.

u/anbeav · 6 pointsr/keto

The vegetti is inexpensive and works fine. The Paderno is slightly more expensive but easier to work with

u/synaestheticmodum · 6 pointsr/AsianBeauty

If you are interested in the spiralizer, this is the one I got :)

u/shart_attacked · 6 pointsr/keto

Get this. Buy zucchini. Make pasta.

For meatballs, use pork rinds instead of bread crumbs. Get a sauce with as low a carb count as you can get. Spaghetti is still possible, you just have to think outside the box.

u/bornforleaving · 5 pointsr/AskWomen

It's a kitchen tool that lets you make spiral all the things! My favorites are broccoli, butternut squash and zucchini is my easy go to.

This is the one I have:

My friend has a 20$ one from Wal-Mart that seems to be the exact same quality thus far too.

And this is the website I use for alot of my recipes if you're interested in trying it!

u/neovox · 5 pointsr/budgetfood

It's called a Spiralizer.

There's other uses but zucchini noodles are my favorite.

u/[deleted] · 5 pointsr/gardening

Cool! I am hopefully getting one of these soon. I can't wait to make sweet potato noodles and butternut squash noodles... basically all the noodles.

u/Stinky_McDoodooface · 5 pointsr/vegan

Not sure how good these deals are, but they're things I'd love as a vegan

Instapot for $90

Vegetable spiral slicer for $22

Cuisinart Food Processor for $180

Blendtec total blender classic for $400

* edit - it isn't amazon, but Fry's also has a 7/11 sale and has the Zojirushi Micom Rice Cooker & Warmer for $90 (after a promo code you get if you sign up on their website). I hear this is the best rice cooker out there.

u/Aingeala · 5 pointsr/keto

TL;DR A vegetable spiralizer.

My favorite tool I've been using almost daily since last week (when it arrived from amazon) is a vegetable spiralizer. Had I known about this when I started keto, I would have been able to get a lot more veggies into my diet (and helped appease my spouse who gets bored with the same foods easily).

If you are someone who loves pasta, I cannot recommend this nearly enough. I've made a version of shrimp alfredo (avocado garlic sauce is great with zucchini noodles), noodle sidedishes, and last night spaghetti was back in the house.

I also use it to make apple chips and curly fries for the kids. There are all kinds out there, with loads of recipes as well. This is mine.

Other tools that I use pretty much daily: cheese grater, bullet mixer, food scale.

Other tools I have on my amazon wishlist for my keto kitchen: dehydrator, grease catcher/container, whoopie pie pan.

u/carissalf · 5 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Veggie noodle maker = spiralizer. /u/186394 bought me this one, and it works amazingly!

Edit: Thanks for the gold!

u/coconutwaters · 4 pointsr/foodhacks

This item may help.

Courtesy of /r/TheBestOfAmazon

u/LarzHoneytoast · 4 pointsr/IAmA

Actually, scratch that I'll address it right here.

After waking up I might make some White Tea using manuka honey as a sweetener. Sometimes I'll add this or some other mix, either at this point, or with a good coconut water at some other point in the day. Then I might have a parfait made with Sprouted buckwheat, apples, and figs. I make the yogurt out of either brazil nuts or macadamia nuts. As snack I might make this pesto and put it on a raw/ live cracker. Or I might make a trail mix using similar ingredients. Entrees might include my own version of sushi. I make the paté with cauliflower (opposed to rice) tahini and dill. Fillers might be carrot, cucumber, and bell peppers. Although I mostly avoid soy, sometimes I'll top it off with a good tamari. Another Entree might include a pasta made from spiralized zucchini. I'll include tomatoes and either the pesto I mentioned prior or a brazil nut cheese. These are also amazing. For desert I might have a sort of raw cheescake.

u/sillyrubbish · 4 pointsr/1200isplenty

Get a spiralzer and make zoodles aka zucchini noodles! You can spin though a couple of zucchini in minutes and have a full plate of noodles to cook quickly.

This is the spiralizer I have:

Easy recipie to cook the zoodles:

u/SoftwareMaven · 4 pointsr/keto

I don't think it would work very well. At best, it would waste a lot of squash. I've got one of these and am quite happy with it for making squash noodles.

u/DeathByHives · 4 pointsr/Paleo

I have this one and love it! It does spiraled noodles and straight noodles. It's easy to use and clean. Those are always my top priorities when looking for this kind of kitchen stuff.

u/Vauce · 4 pointsr/loseit

If you would like to do this with other vegetables like Zucchini instead of Shirataki, I highly recommend a spiralizer. We finally got one of these after reading about it on the /r/keto forums and it's pretty remarkable how close to noodles many vegetables can be when spiralized.

u/FairleighBuzzed · 4 pointsr/food

I throw remnants away and slice in utter fear. It's worked for me so far. I got the same one before Christmas last year. Recently I purchased this spiralizer and I really like the fact that I never have to slice in fear. It doesn't do the same things but the stuff it does is amazing.

u/lpjaok · 3 pointsr/Paleo

For those asking about good spiral slicers (zucchini pasta machines), here's the awesome one that I use, from Paderno:

u/andrewmhunt · 3 pointsr/keto

I have this one. Have used it for years; does its job well; no complaints.

u/atlninjachele · 3 pointsr/Paleo

I love them...I stole this vegetable spiraler from my mom that she had in her garage gathering dust...a bit bulky but it does the job

u/baggytheo · 3 pointsr/Paleo

I'm a big fan of using a spiralizer to turn zucchini and yellow squash into long spaghetti-like strands which can be blanched or cooked in the microwave with no added moisture for a few minutes or until soft.

u/helo034f · 3 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Hey OP i think you may have made a mistake in your title i get from your edit that you don't want advice on beans but in english legumes refers to beans and pulses where in french legumes means vegetables.

sorry i don't really have any advice on prepping vegetables. a worth having tool that i use often is a spiralizer, i use it to make spaghetti out of zucchini it is very quick and makes healthy delicious noodles.

u/sefirawings · 3 pointsr/Paleo

Was looking at your mandoline link and then I was browsing and then I found this.

I think I want this.

u/dynamicweight · 3 pointsr/Paleo
u/SpontaneousViolence · 3 pointsr/1200isplenty

Spiralizers are great for this if you're making it regularly or for a large group of people. I have one of these which is awesome.

u/legogirl · 3 pointsr/Paleo

I don't know what your budget is, but maybe a spiralizer -- super fun cooking. If your budget is smaller, there are these. I have one, and it works okay.

u/majime100 · 3 pointsr/1200isplenty

You definitely need the stand version if you want to spiralize harder vegetables like butternut squash. America's Test Kitchen did a review of the best spiralizers and they picked the Paderno World Cuisine Tri-Blade Plastic Spiral Vegetable Slicer as the best. It's only $24 on Amazon

u/jkaska · 3 pointsr/vegan

I think we need to know a little bit more about your friend ... does s/he like cooking? - a recipe book or some kitchen gadgets (raw food being all the rage, why not try find a Spiraliser or juicer or something?

u/master_baker_ · 3 pointsr/Paleo

I splurged and got a spiral slicer and made them last night- they were so good!

u/Reinderp · 3 pointsr/keto

Waiting for friday so I can buy this damn thing. Thanks OP!

u/fringe_event · 2 pointsr/keto

good but really expensive - here in USA it tends to run $2-4/bag. imo its way cheaper making cauliflower rice or zucchini pasta, all of them more or less don't really have any taste they just soak up whatever curry/sauce you are cooking them.

you said you are in asia so you can't order from amazon but here is an example of something that can turn zucchini and other veggies into pasta, might be able to find something similar:

and here is one recipe for cauliflower rice, its extremely simple to make and cheap:

u/AntiMe · 2 pointsr/GoodValue

I've been using this one for 6 months just for zoodles, it works very well. I hear the 4 blade version isn't as good as the 3 though. It has other blades for other stuff but I haven't had any reason to use them yet.

u/wheres_my_burrito · 2 pointsr/AskCulinary

I have this one but it's not good for carrots, I use it a lot for zucchini and the occasional cucumber. For my needs I think it great.

u/ificandoit · 2 pointsr/loseit

Yup spiralizer...

Drain or Pat dry before using. My favorite way to cook them is to warm a tbsp of olive oil then add fresh minced garlic let heat for a min then toss in the zoodles for about 3 mins to warm through. You don't want to "cook" them they get limp and mushy.

After this you can use them in anything you'd typically use spaghetti for. I love alfedo sauce on them.

*edit sorry for unformatted link... Mobile

u/gladiatormermaid · 2 pointsr/raw

Apologies! I've added a link in the post. I use the Paderno World Cuisine spiralizer, only $35 on Amazon :) I love it! I also made carrot noodles with it the other day, which were great as well.

u/Penguin_Dreams · 2 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

Fruit, the sweet stuff anyway, is a great dessert, but it's very high in sugar and low in calories. Meaning you either have to eat a lot to feel full or you still end up craving more. A lot of people swear by their rice cookers but it's totally not necessary and I've never used a crock pot. A few things I'd absolutely recommend is a toaster oven but only because it heats faster and uses less electricity than a whole oven, a magic bullet blender, and possibly a spiral slicer.

Apologies, but my camera is a potato and I don't really bother with plating... But here's a few things that were good enough to try and attempt to document.

This doesn't have a name... mushroom veloute, maybe? It's a basic roux (equal parts butter and flour over medium heat for a couple of minutes), then add everything else. Fish out the bay leaf before eating.

Mac and cheese, (totally decadent and NOT low cal), but focus on the salad part. Beautiful curls of zucchini and shredded carrots with a tangy tomato/basil dressing and baked tofu. Actually, I have no idea where I found that dressing recipe. I usually just use equal parts (~1TB) soy sauce/honey/rice vinegar and maybe add some powdered garlic and powdered ginger. It's a short cut and the real thing would be much better but that would require heating oil and sauteeing, and it's just too hot right now.

This recipe came about since young coconuts weren't quite in season when I wanted them and I ended up with a jar of coconut manna. This could easily be done with canned coconut milk or probably the meat and milk from a thai young coconut.

One of my go to meals is an improvisation of the roasted red pepper sauce here. I've given up on the gnudi balls. Either they're just weird or I'm incapable of making them right. I use store bought gnocchi instead. I caramelize some vidalia onions, and roast the red peppers myself, add smoked paprika and a dash of red chili peppers, but otherwise the sauce is pretty much the same. It blends up quite nicely in the magic bullet and should be enough for at least two, maybe three, dinners.

And here's what happens on the rare occasion I get ahold of some guilt-free eggs. It's kind of an indulgence since I never know when my pet store owner is going to have a bumper crop of eggs from her pet chickens. Okay, the hollandaise sauce may be completely off the chart for calories... but it was delicious!

Hope that helps for a start! :)

u/ketoabuse · 2 pointsr/keto
u/xNotMagicx · 2 pointsr/Cooking

I received a spiralizer for Christmas, and I've already started adding more vegetables to my diet. The most significant thing is that anything you might be tempted to use pasta for--spaghetti, ramen, etc.--can be subbed out for a spiralized vegetable.
Zucchini noodle spaghetti is delicious, for example--and fast. It takes about a minute to spiralize a zucchini, and only about 3-4 minutes to sautee the noodles. Add a sauce of your choice, a protein if you so desire, and you've cut the carbs from pasta night.
The parsnip hash I made was a little sweet for my tastes, but I might go half and half with potatoes in the future, and my boyfriend and I are looking forward to using it for things like sweet potato fries and additional pastas. Can't recommend it enough for adding some versatility to vegetable dishes.

u/tzdk · 2 pointsr/52weeksofcooking

I used this, but I'm not sure I'd recommend it. I'm sure it'll get easier to use once I'm used to it, but it's still kind of difficult to julienne the whole vegetable with it. If you look up spiralizers you can check the reviews for different types. This is the one I see recommended most often, but it's also one of the more expensive brands.

u/YouHadMeAtDontPanic · 2 pointsr/Paleo
u/lucidviolet · 2 pointsr/AskCulinary

A handy, reliable kitchen knife

A mandoline and spiralizer (you can make "pasta" from zucchini)

Mortar and pestle

Turmeric and cumin

Bragg's Liquid Aminos (tastes just like Soy Sauce and only has 100 mg of Sodium)

u/festinapeche · 2 pointsr/loseit

I actually can recommend my spiralizer; I've been pretty happy with it. I bought my mom one and a few of my friends have it. It's the paderno spiralizer. I bet the one that the blogger of inspiralized sells is good, too (but it's more expensive).

Edit to add: I recently decided to quit drinking. It does me no favors, and it's way too hard to plan to have just one because after you have one, you want another one. It's easier to just abstain.

u/muellerco · 2 pointsr/vegan

Hands down one of my most used kitchen tools. I think it was under 30 bucks. Or this cheap mandoline. I use these items multiple times weekly.

u/geocentricmodel · 2 pointsr/1200isplenty

I use this one and it works well. Sweet potatoes sometimes take more finesse to work through without stripping the grips, but totally worth it.

u/cheeseplz · 2 pointsr/blogsnark

This is the one I got. It's still pretty cheap, even without the discount! Mine ended up costing around $19 (including tax!).

u/raddue · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

I am curious as well. I love to do pesto and "noodles" with zucchini and squash but making it by hand with a julienne slicer is a real pain in the ass.

I assume it's something like this?

u/MamaDaddy · 2 pointsr/atheism

There is a spiral vegetable noodler out there. If I couldn't eat pasta, I'd get one of those.

u/ctindel · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

I'm using this one that someone linked to a few weeks ago. Easy to setup and use and dishwasher friendly.

I just nuke the noodles for 2.5 minutes on high.

u/sandsofarabia · 2 pointsr/proED

I think that’s the exact one I use... I got it on amazon:

I love that you can change the blades and idk $22 was within my budget. The only issue I have is that it’s hard to clean but I think that goes for most spiralizers.

u/KerrickLong · 2 pointsr/keto

> Non-referral link

OP didn't use a referral link. Using their Amazon Associates link checker, I got "Fail: The link above was not tagged or was not a valid Amazon link." (Screenshot)

I checked the following link:

(BTW, what you want to look for in an Amazon Assoicates referral link is tag=, such as tag=kerrlong-20.)

u/abnormal_user · 2 pointsr/food

I have this Spiral Slicer
It's amazing for making veggie noodles AND curly fries. It's also nice if you like apples and pears in your salads.

u/Kyregan · 2 pointsr/keto

I just got this in the mail today. I read about it online and have been waiting anxiously for it to come. (I bought it off but I figure most people here are probably from the US.)

u/killerbuddhist · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

I have something similar. Haven't used it for anything but different types of squash but for that job it works really well. The downside is that it is bulky so if your kitchen has limited space, it's another thing getting in the way.

u/RebeccaSays · 2 pointsr/food

I try and follow a paleo diet. I still allow myself an indulgence of beer or treat every now and then, but mostly I follow it. I love to cook, and it has really forced me to cook more, which is nice. So far I am down almost 20lbs, and my stomach issues have dwindles (I use to get bloating + crampy after meals). One tip, try not to kill yourself following it to a T, gradually integrate into the diet. Also, get a spiralizer.

u/Poorrusty · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Need for making food fun and food is a need.

Hey you guys. <3 Talk to meh.

u/justsayno2carbs · 2 pointsr/keto

Same thing as This and This. It's popular with both Keto and Paleo. The Paderno seems to be the one people like best.

u/guinnevere · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

I have both of those, and they've seen me through a year of raw veganism, three of paleo, and now entering into keto.

The first one is more versatile, but we've cut ourselves on the blades a few timesaver nd I think there's quite a bit of core waste. The second one is compact and makes finer pasta, but is a bitch to clean.

u/revmamacrystal · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Medium rare, I like to see blood. No soup for you!

It Slices, It Dices!

I hope the job goes well for you.

Summoning /u/kirahazen, what's your order?

u/RustyDogma · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

+1 to noodles from zucchini or yellow squash. I much prefer them to spaghetti squash. My spiralizer ( has become one of my favorite kitchen tools.

u/astrogirl123 · 1 pointr/xxketo

agree with anbeav, stick to meals of solid food.
i've been experimenting with keto "pastas".. been digging pesto zoodles with chicken lately. i tried shirataki noodles, but the texture is kind of weird and theyre pretty expensive. i bought this and it works pretty well:

u/noonsick · 1 pointr/food

You can make your own with this thing and a deep fryer. I use mine all the time to make healthier food but this machine is the shit.

u/SFTX · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Haven't tried spaghetti squash. We use zucchini when we make spaghetti. We use one of these to make them into "zoodles".

u/SirNuke · 1 pointr/52weeksofcooking

I use this one. Pricy and big for something that's effectively single purpose, but zucchini spaghetti is awesome. And healthy. And cheap.

u/overimbibe · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I think the issue with this as a BIFL item is that there isn't going to be a great way to keep the blades sharp. The one thing you need to ask yourself is "Do I need 3-4 different sizes of noodles?". The answer will help you narrow it down.

There really are only 4 styles stand, [cone] (, container - similar to one I bought
and scraper, including madolines and within those 4 styles there are 100s of manufacturers making the same product.

u/jcpianiste · 1 pointr/loseit

I've just discovered zoodles and it's been life-altering.

Zucchini noodles are a super-tasty substitute for pasta. You can get a spiralizer like the one I have link or use a julienne peeler. With the spiralizer basically you cut off the ends of a zucchini, plug it into the machine and turn the handle and in like 30sec you have zucchini noodles!

I put them in a skillet, toss with salt and about 1tsp olive oil per zucchini, cook on maybe a little above medium with some garlic till soft, then add a little parmesan cheese. Delicious, filling, comes out around 141cal per zucchini. Mmm.

Obviously you can cook them with spaghetti sauce, etc. I'm excited to try a pesto recipe I found recently!

u/hazelowl · 1 pointr/Paleo

I have been hearing so very much about that tool lately. I may need one.... That looks delicious.

Here is the one that some friends of mine have and love though.

u/sarahsimon · 1 pointr/xxketo

It looks like there's one on Amazon for $10! But there are some more expensive options here, here, here, and here. The average price point seems to be around $28, which isn't as bad as I thought!

u/AndiRM · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

yup I bought

But I don't like it-I'm going for a handheld next time it seems like it'd be easier to clean and less cumbersome.

u/bc2zb · 1 pointr/sousvide

For me, sous vide veggies have made gluten free pasta infinitely more appealing. Using a spiralizer I can make spaghetti out of almost any vegetable I want. Cooking these noodles using sous vide helps me control the final texture and flavor of the pasta without having to worry about overcooking. Essentially, I can warm up the vegetable pasta without worrying it releasing so much water into my sauce that I now have a soup.

u/CaptOblivious · 1 pointr/xxketo

Above is the one I bought, I may upgrade soon to this one...

It's amazing how many vegetables work as noodles when they are the right shape.
(Not keto, but for ideas)

u/zak_on_reddit · 1 pointr/Paleo

I love "Paleo pasta" with meat sauce. I use grass fed beef in this recipe.

I "Paleotized" this recipe. I use zuchinni & yellow squash for pasta, either ribbon cut or use this veggie slicer to make squash spaghetti

u/carouseloflight · 1 pointr/xxfitness
u/Outdoorzchick · 1 pointr/ketorecipes
u/ModernKender · 1 pointr/vegan

If you buy one of those noodle cutter things, it should work.

You could make the chili olive oil yourself by putting a chili pepper in a bottle of olive oil for a week or so, but most grocery stores will sell flavored olive oil. You could also use chili powder and olive oil but it's not as good. Although if you can find chipotle oil or powder, this could work well.

u/astorwyn · 1 pointr/90daysgoal

I was paleo quite awhile before I went vegan, and actually it's the thing that really kicked off my healthy eating and helped me lose a ton of weight.

I think the biggest thing is get rid of all the processed, non-paleo foods in your house and find good replacements. I got a vegetable spiralizer and started using spaghetti squash as a pasta replacement, as I'm a huge pasta fiend. I still do this today!

Grab a paleo cookbook and make a large meal such as a bean-free pot of chili so you can eat that throughout the week.

Just a few tips and tricks from me, best of luck with that!!

u/spitfyre · 1 pointr/1200isplenty

It was a wedding gift so im not positive but i think its this one:

It works really well except even when suctioned down the spiralizer does move a little. I'd recommend it.

u/Taminella_Grinderfal · 1 pointr/ketorecipes
u/knitasheep · 1 pointr/1200isplenty

I use the Paderno spiralizer. I prefer it to the Vegetti, but the Vegetti is cheaper

u/thegabeman · 1 pointr/fitmeals

I got the Paderno:

It's a little hard to clean (my guess is that they all are), but it works like a charm. It was also rated #1 by America's Test Kitchen:

u/americanpatriot86 · 1 pointr/Paleo

What's neat is that if you get a spiralizer you can make "pasta" from vegetables. Mind blown. I now make "noodles" out of zucchini, sweet potatoes, and any relatively firm elongated vegetable, and the taste if out of this world!

u/kairiserene · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You could give them this! They can start making their own zoodles! (zucchini noodles) to encourage them to eat healthy at home!

u/cheeseburger_humper · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Medium rare, porterhouse steak, grilled.

I'd like to have dinner with /u/Anitaxjffdskjarizard as she seems quite artsy and entertaining.

Kitchen thing

No soup for you!

Thanks for the contest!

u/EmcOnTheRocks · 1 pointr/VegRecipes
u/niczar · 1 pointr/asktrp

Cut pasta and rice, they're worthless. Replace with veggies. Hell if you want something that tastes like pasta, just buy this super cheap gizmo and make zucchini spaghetti. Boil it in water (not too long!), then add your favorite tomato sauce and plenty of parmeggiano.

You can make keto "rice" by briefly shredding cauliflower in a blender. Boil it in water or cook it in a microwave oven.

u/shaynoodle · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. Okokok so. $1,500.01 is my guess since I have NO idea what you do.

  2. Um... Surprise? Teach me your healthy ways! OM NOM NOM

  3. You should definitely get the Spiral Vegetable Slicer
u/MsQuirky · 1 pointr/keto

Bump for this response. I need to try the dry-frying method, but I've used them before and find them alright. You have to rinse them quite a bit, but after that I find they're a nice "bulking" addition to food. Don't expect them to be exactly like pasta, and you'll be less likely to dislike them.

I also love using zucchini in place of pasta too. I bought one of these bad boys on recommendation from a vegetarian friend and have been quite pleased with it.

u/KeronCyst · 0 pointsr/AskCulinary

Oh, I was referring to the small, personal apparatuses like:

u/mantha_grace · -2 pointsr/keto