Monday, February 9, 2015

Brieftons NextGen Spiralizer Review + Giveaway #Brieftons

What a fun tool to make an easy and healthy meal. Oma found this spiralizer both easy to use and to clean. Be sure to choose a thick, firm and straight vegetable, because they work best.Next week, we are going to try Zucchini Noddle spaghetti – Can’t wait.

Your Briefton NextGen Spiralizer comes with four removable blades, a deep-penetrating finger-guard cap, a bonus cleaning brush, a printed color manual, and a Brieftons Spiral Slicer Recipe Ebook to help you get started.

Tip:  For vegetables with a core such as zucchini and cucumber, don’t cut the top end flat. Instead, you can use that end to provide a firmer, more solid area for the cap spikes to hold onto.

Brieftons NextGen Spiralize

Product Description

  • PATENT-PENDING, NEW IMPROVED DESIGN | YOUR BEST CHOICE: Perfect for making long vegetable strands for low carb, healthy vegetable meals. Best quality spiral slicer - spiralizer for anyone on a raw food / low carb / gluten free / no wheat / Paleo diet. A perfect gift for moms, cooks and healthy-conscious people, making their life fun and easy. Most importantly for parents, it makes vegetables fun and appetizing for their kids.
  • SUPERIOR VALUE: Bundle includes the Brieftons NextGen spiralizer with 4 removable blades, a deep-penetrating finger-guard cap, a bonus cleaning brush, a printed color manual, the Brieftons Spiral Slicer Recipe Ebook containing exclusive recipes you can make with your spiralizer right away, outstanding Brieftons customer support, plus more Brieftons ebooks on the way.
  • HIGHLY VERSATILE: Create noodles and julienne spirals from a wide variety of straight, firm vegetables: carrots, zucchinis, cucumbers, rutabagas, turnips, squashes, radishes, sweet potatoes, and many more. Comes in 4 julienne sizes: 3 mm, 5 mm, 10 mm, and max 70 mm (flat blade) | TOP QUALITY & DESIGN: Built from first-grade, BPA-free ABS food-safe plastic, and 4 ultra sharp Japanese premium stainless steel blades, guaranteed not to rust or lose sharpness over time. Built-in finger guard protection and deep-penetrating safety cap to minimize vegetable wastage | CONVENIENT & USER FRIENDLY: Comes assembled and ready to use. No annoying extra attachment to set up that take up your space and time. Dishwasher safe and compact, easy to store in a drawer. Super easy to use & clean.
  • SUPERIOR FEATURES: You get all the benefits of a traditional "pencil-sharpener" spiralizer, plus 4 important enhancements: MINIMAL VEGETABLE WASTAGE - 50% less vegetable wastage due to the new deep-penetrating cap design | 150% BIGGER AND BETTER - The bigger size means it can accommodate vegetables up to 6.5 CM in diameter, compared to only 4 - 4.5 CM in the normal spiralizer. Additionally the longer blades mean a shorter time required to spiralize vegetables | 4 BLADE OPTIONS FOR ALL OCCASIONS - A total of 4 blades help produce the most common vegetable slicing patterns: 3 mm, 5 mm, 10 mm, and 70 mm (flat) noodle widths | EFFORTLESS CLEANING - The blades can be removed from the spiralizer for a thorough wash. No more reaching into the unit to clean the blades and risking getting a finger injury.
  • HOW DOES IT HELP YOU? Enjoy your meal, even if you are on a diet (raw, vegan, low carb, gluten-free, no wheat, Paleo). Replace high carb pasta or noodles with healthy & tasty vegetable equivalents. Save yourself valuable time by not having to slice, dice or follow other conventional julienning methods. Get your picky children and family to eat more healthy & appetizing vegetables. A PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFT: What else can make a better gift for your loved ones this Christmas than this gift of health | BUY WITH CONFIDENCE: We are the trusted spiralizer brand with thousands of happy customers. You get a full unconditional money back guarantee if you are not happy with your spiralizer.

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  1. I would make homemade spaghetti with romano cheese.

  2. The first thing I would make is zuchinni noodle pasta!

  3. I would try some carrots and zucchini noodles with the spiralizer!

  4. I would love to try sweet potatoes!

  5. I would do zuchini and use it as pasta!!

  6. I will spiral up some potatoes for some sprial-y baked fries!

  7. I would love to try zuchini noodles. Thank you!

  8. I would like to make homemade spaghetti.
    Brittney House

  9. I would first shred some carrots to practice!

  10. I would try zucchini and carrots. Either stir-fried or make them into breads would do.

  11. I would try to makevzuchinni noodles!

  12. I would make a zucchini noodles with tomato sauce.

  13. I have heard that zucchini noodles taste great so I would love to try them first thanks for the chance to win!
    Sarah Oswald

  14. I would try everything possible but first spaghetti!

  15. I would love to use this for zucchini bread and zucchini cake.

  16. I would love to try this on zucchini. That seems to be a popular answer lol sbcashortie at hotmail dot com

  17. I would use it on sweet potatoes first to make fries.

  18. I would try to make some spaghetti out of zucchini and squash!

  19. I would spiralize potatoes and fry them crispy. Then I might try something healthy.

  20. I would use it to make my homemade zucchini bread with walnuts.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

  21. I would use it on zucchini first, then potatoes.


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