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How Do You Slice & Dice?

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How Do You Slice & Dice?
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Need a major time-saver in the kitchen? If your hands get tired just thinking about all of the slicing and dicing you do before dinner than you may want to take some advice from our members who review the handy food prep appliances they can’t live without.

Vidalia Chop Wizard
This simple hand-powered onion slicing tool is our most popularly reviewed chopper and receives 4.2 stars out of 5. Most members are satisfied with this compact and easily stored food processor that allows cooks to chop an onion in seconds without shedding a single tear or having to deal with the smell of onion on their hands. The chopper works for all kinds of fruits and veggies as well. Member MommyMart writes, “I use my chopper all the time. I love it! It saves me time with dinner prep. I use it to chop all my salad veggies, finely chop onions, mushrooms and more.”

Pampered Chef Mix N Chop
Our members love mixing and chopping all kinds of food with this Pampered Chef product. From chopping ground beef to smashing potatoes, the Mix N Chop helps many of our cooks spend less time and effort getting the job done. Members reveal that this durable kitchen tool chops food evenly while you mix. Member cjsime007 comments, “I am still finding new ways to use this. Besides just using it for ground beef I like using mine for chunky mashed potatoes, smashing tomatoes, hard boiled eggs . . . On and on! Love it. (have to agree with other reviews, it can be a pain to clean, BUT the ease to use it is worth it IMO).”

Black & Decker Handy Chopper
Most members agree that this compact inexpensive chopper is a huge time saver in the kitchen. The electric chopper has a single one-touch button with pulse control and works for chopping meats, veggies, fruits, and nuts. Member mamajama explains why she chose this chopper over all the rest, “Choosing just one product was tough but I have to say that the mini chopper is one of the best gadgets that I have in my kitchen...I think every person should have one in the kitchen...I bought it at Shoprite for $5.00 and it works just as great as those more expensive brands...when it breaks or dulls in about 5 years or so, I just buy a new one, its so cheap...You would be surprised at how often you would use it and how handy it is...I would say i use this product the most out of all my other products!”

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  • bchicobraun By bchicobraun

    Always wanted to try one of these...but I stick to the good old fashioned way...a great Santoku knife and a bamboo cutting board :-)

  • sadevan By sadevan

    I do have a Pampered Chef hand chopper, but most of the time I just use a knife.

  • ayersracing15 By ayersracing15

    I have the Pampered Chef Mix N Chop and I absolutly love it!!! I don't know what I would do without it. I chop up everything from ground beef, chicken, mushrooms! It's very handy, easy to clean and is dishwasher safe! I swear by Pampered Chef products!!

  • cvandever By cvandever

    Vadiala chop.. simple and easy. but Mine is broke so I am trying to find another one. ARGE... I do have a pampered chef hand food chopper that works pretty good.

  • mountaineermama By mountaineermama

    I love my Pampered Chef chopper. I have nearly worn it out, I like it so much!

  • kboburchock By kboburchock

    i chop with a knife, i have one of those choppers but find them hard to store and then forget about them at times since they blend with all the other items in my pantry

  • Berkygp By Berkygp

    I pretty much always use a knife, except when I am cooking a large meal.

  • Tamis5 By Tamis5

    I have the Vadiala chop. Very easy to work and No more tears, Ladies. LOVE IT

  • cherbear711 By cherbear711

    I have always used a knife and cutting board, but lots of positive remarks about these make make wonder if I should make the switch...

  • msfriendly By msfriendly

    I always just use a good knife and a cutting board...less clean up : )

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