Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Suncoya Spiral Slicer Review + Giveaway #Suncoya012015

If you are like Oma, you are always looking for healthier ways to improve your family’s diet. The Suncoya Spiral Slicer makes it easier to introduce your clan to delicious pasta style meals utilizing low carb vegetables.

Suncoya Spiral Slicer

This affordable yet high quality spiral slicer is great at slicing zucchini, cucumbers, sweet potatoes and much more! It has proven a very tricky way for Oma to sneaking nutritious veggies past Opa.

The Suncoya Spiral Slicer is easy to use:

  • Clean, scrub or peel your chosen vegetables. If the vegetable doesn’t have a thick, tough, peel then leave it on for added fiber and goodness.
  • Place the end of the vegetable in the spiral slicer (as you would a pencil in a sharpener) and start twisting. Thin strands will come out of the side.
  • Because vegetables aren’t perfect, the strands won’t be as smooth and uniform as pasta strands but they still taste great!
  • Keep your fingers away from the blades!
  • The spiral slicer comes with a cap which you can use to grip vegetables as you twist them into the slicer
  • You may end up with a little bit of veggie too small to twist. Use a fork to twist in the last bit or simply cut it up, or eat it raw, or save it for something different like a soup or salad.
  • Leave the stem end of the vegetable on – this makes it a little easier to manipulate in the slicer. Insert the desired vegetable into the slicer cone and twist like you would a pencil in a pencil sharpener. You choose which side depending on how thick you want the noodle.
  • Maintain a steady reasonable force. Keep the vegetable straight, not at an angle for long vegetable spaghetti-like strands.
  • Use the slicer cap at the end for leverage to get in a few more turns. 

It is as easy as whetting a pencil in a pencil sharpener.

Suncoya Spiral Slicer Review

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Product Description

Suncoya Spiral Slicer
LOSE WEIGHT and enjoy delicious pasta style meals at the same time!

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✩ Easily make and enjoy veggie spaghetti, stir-fry, soups, salads, garnishes and more...


✩ Easy way to replace your guilt-ridden High-Carb Diet with a GREAT TASTING alternative!

✩ Great kitchen gadget for GREEN LIVING.

✩ MORE VEGGIES & LESS CALORIES in your everyday diet!

✩ No excuses for boring vegetable dishes: Get your veggies, spiralize them, cook or leave raw, and enjoy!

✩ So VERSATILE! Create veggie noodles from a great variety of vegetables Zucchini, Cucumbers, Squash, Sweet Potatoes, and Carrots, and more.

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✩ Unlike Paderno-type spiralizers, this is a great option for QUICK SET UP and great for travel.

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✩ Two razor sharp stainless steel blades -- 2 julienne sizes.

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Suncoya Spiral Slicer


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  1. I would use them for garnishes or on fruits.
    Brittney House

  2. I would use it on my multiple zucchini.

  3. I would spiral slice sweet potatoes.

  4. I would use this spiralizer to mach zucchini noodles

  5. I'd use it on zucchini.

  6. I would first use this on sweet potatoes.

  7. I would use it to make zucchini pasta

  8. I would use it on some carrots for chicken noodle soup I am making this week!

  9. I would use it for carrots, I make a great pasta salad and adding some carrot makes it delish.


  10. I would want to try it on some zucchini !
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com
    Ashley C

  11. I love pasta but its so high in carbs. People keep telling me to use squash or zucchini. One of those would be my first item to spiral.

  12. I would make a Thai cucumber salad.

  13. I want to Suncoya Spiral Slice zucchini first. Those noodles look good!

  14. I would used it for potatoes.

  15. I would slice zucchini for zucchini "pasta".

  16. I would use it for carrot salad.

  17. I would love this for cole slaw and carrots!

  18. I'd like to use this make squash spaghetti.
    thank you

  19. I would do carrots and potatoes first.

  20. I am going to do a Cucumber first.

  21. I would do sweet potatoes. I wonder how sweet the would be baked with chilli powder.

  22. I like to use cucumber and zucchini as an alternative to pasta.

  23. I'd use it for being able to slice my veggies in a fun way for salads and stir frys.

  24. i would spiral some zucchini


  25. I would love to spiral zucchini.

  26. I would like to win this as I make a lot of fresh vegetables for soups and salads.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com


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