Benriner Cook Helper Slicer
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- Japanese style slicer
- Turns fruits and vegetables into long, curly garnishes
- Includes fine, medium and course blades
- Durable and long lasting; made of molded ABS plastic
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Top Customer Reviews
First, the Benriner is sturdy, despite the fact that it's plastic. I've cranked on it pretty ruthlessly, and I'm sure it will hold up to years of use. It does a good job making raw pasta from zucchini and squash. Carrots are tricky because of the size--play around with the way you slice them first, and you'll get it to work. One of my favorite uses for the Benriner is spiralizing beets. It makes quick work of an otherwise messy job, and a spiral-sliced beet salad is one of the sexiest summer meals you'll ever meet.
You'll have to play with the blade attachments to find the one that works for each veggie: sometimes on harder veggies, the smaller size works best. Just be patient, and you'll learn to play well with your new kitchen helper.
The Benriner doesn't speak English too fluently--the box and the directions are unclear, but they're so darn cute that it's ok. You don't need the directions anyway--this tool is easy to use, the blades swap out easily, and it's easy to clean.
WARNING: handle blades with care....they are extremely sharp! You can also expect to replace your blades at some point during the lifetime of your Benriner, because inevitably they will become dull. Replacement blades are available on quite a few websites (do you're homework because I can't list them here) I've seen the complete set listed for approximately fourteen dollars. I agree with those who say this item is pricey and compared to the numerous poorly made spiral slicers on the market today, it certainly is. However, because of the level of reliability that you get with the Benriner its well worth every penny!Read more ›
UPDATE AFTER RECEIVING WORLD CUISINE SPIRAL SLICER - I have to say the newer slicer I received kind of puts this model to shame. I will probably wind up giving this one to a friend. The World Cuisine Tri-Blade Plastic Spiral Vegetable Slicer is easier to use and stays in place better on the counter because it has a larger footprint.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This thing works great, it makes the thinnest spirally potatoes which fry up very nicely. Have not used it on vegetables yet, but I'm confident it will be great.Published 20 hours ago by Amazon Customer
I purchased this after returning a horizontal slicer like most other spiral slicers.
This product comes with 3 blades for spirals and a built in flat blade. Read more
Makes great thin "noodles" but you need a good grip on this to make it work. You have to hold the base with one hand and push down with the other while turning the handle... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Randy Meyer
paperthin slices, quick, cleans easily, lightweight and doesn't take up much room. Who knew zucchini would be a great wrap addition? Read morePublished 12 days ago by CV
I've used this tool for years as a Chef and I have purchased several over the years. It's a great tool for spiral cutting veggies and I use it predominantly for garnish work. Read morePublished 24 days ago by chefmatlock
Makes the super fine 1.5mm spiral for Daikon and carrot salad and garnish. Perfect! Easy to use, easy to clean.Published 25 days ago by Charlie T
I got this mainly to make zuchini noodles. It's a bit of a cheapo feeling product but it does what it says it will do. Read morePublished 1 month ago by mommabean
The best veggie noodle maker. Much less vegetable is wasted than when using a horizontal noodler. It just makes more sense to make a vertical extruder. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Reiki Chef Farmboy