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8/22/10 11:59 A

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That is a good deal. That is the one I have as well. I got mine before popular and it was only 7.99 at Big Lots.



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8/21/10 3:51 P

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I love this one, I use it a couple of times a week!

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8/13/10 2:12 P

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I have had my saladacc for 7 years and have had no problem with it and I use it frequently.



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8/10/10 9:12 A

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I know, right? I was wondering if it was a typo, but that model is close to that price on Amazon too. Does it come with a personal chef?

Since I had a 20% off one item coupon for Bed, Bath, & Beyond, I decided to stop by and see what they had. I bought a mandoline that slices and julienneittes. It may not make pasta, but maybe it will be close enough and this will be fun and useful for lots of things! =]

I think the next thing that I shall save up for is a small food processor. I had thought these always cost hundreds of dollars, but they had a small one at BB&B for $40. I bet I can find one for even less at Walmart.

�There's a difference between interest and commitment. When you're interested in doing something, you do it only when it's convenient. When you're committed to something, you accept no excuses; only results.� - Kenneth Blanchard


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8/9/10 6:37 P

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$650?...is it made of gold? does it dice itself and jump on the plate by itself lol.

i like mine, have not used it much, but when i did. it was great. i used it with zucchini so far.


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8/9/10 5:17 P

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I had hoped to find one in a store so that I could see it before buying one, plus not have to worry about shipping. I live in the U.S., in the Northwest subarbs of Chicago. I thought for sure that Bed, Bath, and Beyond would carry these, but according to their website, they only have the one that costs $650(!).

Maybe I shall buy from a raw foods website or Amazon. I noticed that Amazon carries the Saldacco brand, but it has gotten LOTS of bad reviews for being cheaply made.

What has been your experience? I've been wanting to make zucchini "fettucini" for a long time. I can't afford to spend a lot on this but neither do I want to waste money on a cheap one. Would a mandoline work for my purposes?

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8/9/10 10:12 A

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i am also interested in buying a spiralizer--there seemed to be some affordable ones for $12-$20 on amazon

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8/9/10 6:54 A

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i bought mine used for 10 bucks on a raw forum. try looking on forums or craiglists or ask for one on freecycle


http://www.upayanaturals.com/Vegetable_S
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http://www.upayanaturals.com/Spiral_Slic
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http://rawgourmet.com/saladacco-spiral-s
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8/9/10 6:47 A

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go online. i saw them at all the raw sites. i don't know what country you are in?


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8/8/10 11:47 P

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I would like to purchase a spiralizer/spiral slicer that is not too expensive. The Saladacco brand is featured in several books and sites. I have yet to find a spiralizer of any sort in a store. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!

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