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This item: Chef'n Sleekstor VeggiSteam 8-1/2-Inch Silicone Steamer, Arugula
Norpro Red Silicone 9 Inch Steamer B001ULC9CA
OXO Good Grips Silicone Steamer, Green B00A2KD8IY
Norpro Red Knockdown 8 Inch Steamer Strainer B001ULC97K
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|Dimensions||2 inches x 11 inches x 11 inches||4 inches x 9 inches x 9 inches||10.5 inches x 7.25 inches x 3.75 inches||3 inches x 8 inches x 8 inches|
Size: 8-1/2-Round | Color: Green
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That old metal clunker? See if it can be recycled, because there's a new steamer in the cabinet. With its sleek lines and expanded surface area, the SleekStor VeggiSteam is a steaming revolution.
The VeggiSteam has a silicone body with a nylon core and is 650 degrees F (340 degrees C) heat resistant. It will not stain or retain food tastes and odors. To use, place the steamer in your small or medium sized pot over water, then insert vegetables. The steamer has a three-leg base that raises vegetables or other produce above water for superior steam. The VeggiSteam fits in any small or medium sized pot; it features two handles for safe removal and will never scratch your cookware, unlike traditional metal steamers. All VeggiSteams are top rack dishwasher safe and safe to use in the microwave.
There's something you should know about us. We can't stand the status quo—especially when the status quo stinks. That was literally true back in 1982, when you had two options for getting garlic into your meal: chop up a fresh clove and have your hands smell for the rest of the day, or settle for a couple of thin, dry flakes tapped out of a plastic container. For our founder, CEO, and Famous Inventor David Holcomb, there really was no option. He had to do better, and he knew he could.
Fast forward a few decades and David's first creation, the Garlic Machine, has become Chef'n. We're a growing Seattle-based company with more than 250 product patents worldwide and a single mission. We want to make better tools so you can make better food. It's what drives our in-house design team to reinvent the utensils and gadgets that most of us take for granted while we're cooking and cleaning. It's what attracts the terrific, talented people we've welcomed into our Chef'n family. And it's what compels us to tell everyone we meet about the innovation Chef'n products can bring to their kitchens.
Is anyone listening? Well, the design awards and magazine covers seem to say yes, but for us the true test is in the homes of real people around the world. So put one of our inventions to work, create something delicious, and we look forward to hearing from you about your Chef'n experience.
This steamer isn't practical for me. In a tighter fitting pot the steamer cannot be pulled out without one side dragging a bit, dumping the food into the water. Read morePublished 8 days ago by David Glaser
Needed to replace metal steamer that was part of well worn analon pot set. Read all the reviews. Hesitated at first but then took a chance. Ordered it. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Kristine
Too floppy for heavy veggies like sweet potatoes. It works, but the edges sink down into the pot, so some of the sweet potatoes end up sitting in the water.Published 29 days ago by KB in CO
SO much better than the metal ones that have folding "wings."Published 1 month ago by B. A. Stafford
Love it. It is easy to put in the pot and start the water boiling then put in my veggies for steaming and in no time it's done!Published 1 month ago by D. Fought
Used this once and for some reason it started to burn and rip at the top, wouldn't buy it again as it didn't withstand multiple steaming projects :(Published 1 month ago by Tori
Love this item for steaming veggies. Note that you need to put in the pot before you boil the water. I might not have bought it if I had realized that.Published 2 months ago by Catharine O