Kitchen Supreme Spiral Slicer
Sometimes making vegetables more enjoyable for the entire family has everything to do with the way they’re cut. I don’t mean spend hours bent over a cutting board making veggie art, but what if you had a new slicer that changed the way you looked at vegetables? The Kitchen Supreme Spiral Slicer takes some of your favorite vegetables spinning them into noodles and perfect Julienne slices.
Investing in a spiral slicer can put you on the right track to be successful in dieting. They’re great for: Raw Food, Low Carb, Gluten Free, No Wheat, and Paleo Diets. You can easily replace high carb pasta with veggie noodles, which is a fantastic starting point if you don’t know where to begin with eating healthy.
Kitchen Supreme designed their spiral slicer to be BPA-free with ABS plastic and a heat-treated stainless steel blade. These blades are razor-sharp and are not supposed to rust or dull. You can easily wash this slicer in the dishwasher, so there’s nothing special you have to do to keep it clean. As an added feature, there is a finger guard and safety cap to prevent accidental cuts. It’s great to have for age appropriate children help with meal preparation.
Take yourself or your family on a new journey of cleaner eating by purchasing the Kitchen Supreme Spiral Slicer. You’ll be surprised how even your pickiest of eaters will love how you can transform vegetables for meals! Ordering now gets you the spiral slicer, flexible cleaning brush, storage bag, and three eBooks full of food information and recipes. Find out more about Kitchen Supreme by following them on Facebook and Twitter.
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