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    Quote Originally Posted by frugal-one View Post
    I love the spiralizer I have. You just move the dial and it makes the size you want. There is no changing blades or whatever. It is wonderful for roasting vegetables. It takes about 15 minutes! Cleanup is a snap too.
    Hey frugal-one.........what brand do you have? After looking a lot of them over online, I ordered the VegMate spiralizer. It's coming today and I have a couple zucchini just sitting here, waiting for it!

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    I used mine last night to make zucchini noodles so I could use up some pesto sauce in the fridge. pretty tasty.
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    Yesterday I had butternut squash fries baked in the oven by the same company that makes zucchini noodles. There must be so many more shapes they can come up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CathyA View Post
    Hey frugal-one.........what brand do you have? After looking a lot of them over online, I ordered the VegMate spiralizer. It's coming today and I have a couple zucchini just sitting here, waiting for it!
    This is the one. Very easy to use and clean.

    http://inspiralized.com/shop/

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    Thanks Frugal-one. That looks good. Here's a pic of the one I bought. It doesn't take up much room. I think I would like the open space of yours so that I wouldn't have to empty the little bowl as often. I've taken it out, but it still gets a bit messy. I really like easily turning the knob and changing the size of the noodles. I hope this holds up after time. It was only about $18.00.
    I bought DD a fancier one a few years ago that has different discs. But this little one seems to meet the needs I have.

    Spiralizer VegMate.jpg

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