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7/28/13 10:48 A

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i also saute them and they turn out like curly french fries

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Or oven-roasted -- like chips??

Looks like an interesting gadget.

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7/27/13 10:58 A

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I was thinking that, too! (slaw)

What are your favorite ways to prepare the "noodles" ??
Mostly tomato-based sauces? (Like posted below)

I'm Italian, so anything with a good tomato sauce works.
Butter and grated cheese would be dangerous! :-)

What else?




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7/27/13 10:54 A

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I'm thinking this would make some really nice salad fixings or a nice "slaw".

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Parsnips are like carrots and I pick out the fat ones to use, the skinny carrots didn't work for me.

I have never tried turnips, rutabagas or golden beet until I got this (just didn't know what to do with them)

It really fun and easy just turn and out comes noodles.

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Yes and it's not to hard to clean.

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"turnip, sweet potato, zucchini, rutabaga, golden beets, and parsnips."

Ok; I don't think I've ever had a turnip, rutabaga, golden beet, or parsnip!!!
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Either turnips or parsnip look like yellow carrots, right?
Aren't they too skinny to use with that tool?
I was thinking carrots could be fun, too, but too skinny.
No?


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I guess I can add that to my want list....

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7/27/13 8:42 A

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Hey, thanks for the videos. I just watched the first one. Looks fairly simple.

Now I need some more recipes.

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7/27/13 8:37 A

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If the this uncook can do it (hehe me) then you can do it...its easy to use, so easy that I end up with lots of noodles in just a few minutes.

I used turnip, sweet potato, zucchini, rutabaga, golden beets, and parsnips.

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here are the first two on the long list on you tube

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7/27/13 8:15 A

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That's one of the reasons I'm afraid. I'm sure it would be ME too. :(
Maybe it takes years of practice to become a master.
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There are some youtube videos out there but I would also love to see someone using one. I've actually been to a couple of raw food uncooking classes where one was used, but I can never get mine to work right. So either I bought one which isn't made right, or it's me. I suspect it's me. emoticon

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I would love to see pictures next time someone uses one of these. (Pretty please?)

I've been on the fence about getting one. And I know those company pics are not what I'd expect to see in my own kitchen!

I'd love to see what it looks like being used, and the finished meal.


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I have one and love it. The main thing is to clean it as soon is your done using it.

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Does anyone use a spiralizer like this one:

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I like the thought of having raw vegetable "pasta" but I'm wondering if setting it up and cleaning it is a pain. I don't want to have an unwieldy appliance that never gets used. On the other hand, I think it would significantly add to my repertoire of ETL recipes.

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