Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Very Healthy Giveaway Time !


I am always looking for more ways to incorporate veggies into my family's diet and if you are too you are going to love this giveaway. 

The Very Healthy Spiral Slicer is a fun way to get add veggies on a salad or stir fry, or even to liven up a snack. 

Moo and Boo watched The Ogre spiralize a carrot onto some spring greens and gobbled the salads right up, despite usually finding thin lettuce tricky to chew. The fun carrots brought them up to the challenge. 

The cuts were choppier than expected, with most breaking off into shorter, match stick shreds. I think I will use the other side next time as I one side is supposed to shred soft vegetables like cucumbers and the other side hard vegetables such as carrots. Still, it was easier than using a cheese grater like we usually do though, and The Ogre plans to try it soon with softer vegetables, like a cucumber or a summer squash. I can't want to do a cold cucumber salad and some zucchini noodles myself.

Clean up was quick with the perfectly shaped cleaning wand that came with the Very Healthy Spiral Slicer.

Check out this video of The Ogre mastering our newest kitchen accessory and then sign up to win a spiralizer of your own.
 
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**I received this product for free in exchange for my reiew**

12 comments:

  1. I would totally try the zucchini "spaghetti noodles" that I have been seeing!

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  2. Yes! I can't wait to zucchini. That would really increase the nutritional value of spaghetti!

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  3. I would use the Healthy Living Spiralizer to make carrot salad.

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  4. I would use the Healthy Living Spiralizer to make squash spaghetti.

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  6. I would love for making zucchini
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  7. making noodles out of the squash we grow in our garden!

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  8. My friend makes this salad with zucchini, squash, olive oil, pepper, and puts tomato on top. It looks delicious,I would also try the zucchini, as you have shown., The email I check most often is fossil316@aol.com

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  9. I'd love to use this for a healthier spaghetti dinner option.

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  10. making noodles out of squash.

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  11. Making noodles and veggie salad

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