Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Brieftons Tri Blade Spiralizer #Review + #Giveaway #Brieftons





The Brieftons tri-blade spiral slicer is a practical and innovative way to beautifully shred, slice, and chip most firm vegetables and fruits. It is ideal for making long, curly vegetable slices for low carb, healthy vegetable meals, and is able to do so in large quantities within a very short time.

Made from high quality, 100% BPA-free food grade, durable reinforced ABS plastic, the Brieftons tri-blade spiral slicer comes with 3 interchangeable, ultra-sharp stainless steel blades. There is an angel hair blade (1/8th inch spacing), a spaghetti blade (1/4th inch spacing) and a flat blade. These 3 blades are designed to be safe and easy to use, and can do all kinds of magic on your favorite fruits and vegetables. When not in use, they can be stored neatly in the self-contained blade storage.

Oma’s only complaint about this product is that she has not had time to discover all the wonderful uses for this well-constructed kitchen tool. I love the way Briefton’s Tri Blade Spiralizer quickly ‘spiralizes’ all sorts of vegetables for creative and fun healthy eating. Easy to use and easy to clean. Comes with an Angel Hair Blade, a Spaghetti Blade, and a Flat Blade. Also backed by a 100% Risk Free with Lifetime Guarantee. Tip: for the best results; choose thick, firm and straight vegetables.




Brieftons Tri-Blade Spiralizer



Product Description


    Brieftons Tri Blade Spiralizer
  • CHRISTMAS SALE! 55% OFF The Only Spiralizer with a Strongest and Heaviest Guarantee
  • Highly versatile thanks to the 3 interchangeable stainless steel blades for endless vegetable/fruit creations.
  • Made from high quality, 100% BPA-free food grade, durable reinforced ABS plastic with ultra sharp stainless steel blades. Designed to be dead easy to operate and clean, with strong suction cups for secure operation, a large number of spikes on vegetable holder (21 spikes) to hold vegs firmly, and removable components for washing separately.
  • Buy with confidence with our Strongest-and-Heaviest Guarantee and Lifetime Hassle-Free Full Replacement Warranty. 20 complimentary recipes included.
  • Perfect for making long vegetable strands for low carb, healthy vegetable meals quickly. The ideal tool for making spiral slices from firm fruits and vegetables like apples, onions, carrots, zucchinis, cucumbers, cabbages, beetroots, turnips, rutabagas, cucumbers, large radishes, potatoes, sweet potatoes, squashes, and many more. Works great even for long and wide vegs (up to 10 inches long and 7 inches wide) without having to cut them into pieces. Ideal substitute for Paderno Spirooli and Gefu Spirelli.


Brieftons Tri Blade Spiralizer

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30 comments:

  1. i would make zucchini pasta for sure. my fave

    danielle marie xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  2. I would make zucchini with pasta sauce.

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  3. I would my curly fries is the first thing I would make.

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  4. The first thing I would make is butternut squash pasta! Deana

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  5. I would make zucchini noodles!

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  6. I want to make squash noodles.

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  7. I would make curly fries for my grandkids

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  8. I would love to make zucchini pasta. It looks so good!

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  9. I would make a spaghetti with zucchini, carrots and squash.

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  10. I would have so much fun with this spiralizer

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  11. I would make a cucumber salad with spiralized cucumbers and a little onion.

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  12. Would probably try curly fries first.

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  13. I would make curly fries

    JOE GERSCH
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  14. I would use this on beets or sweet potatoes.

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  15. I'd do curly fries for the whole family, yum!

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  16. I think I'd love to use them with apples and potatoes.

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