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Vidalia Chop Wizard
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I called National Express (who has the replacement parts) because I cracked the base of mine. New base is $9.90 plus tax and includes shipping. 1-800-284-4628. Previously got the cleaning tool from them for $2 - including shipping. Will be her in a week.
By pkathy on August 26, 2014
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Yes
By Gail on November 22, 2014
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I have not tried sweet potatoes but I have cubed carrots which are just as hard as sweet potatoes. I make a cabbage soup which contains almost every vegetable there is and I have never had any problems with any vegetable. I love the chop wizard and if and when it wears out I will order another. Good luck with your s… see more I have not tried sweet potatoes but I have cubed carrots which are just as hard as sweet potatoes. I make a cabbage soup which contains almost every vegetable there is and I have never had any problems with any vegetable. I love the chop wizard and if and when it wears out I will order another. Good luck with your sweet potatoes. see less I have not tried sweet potatoes but I have cubed carrots which are just as hard as sweet potatoes. I make a cabbage soup which contains almost every vegetable there is and I have never had any problems with any vegetable. I love the chop wizard and if and when it wears out I will order another. Good luck with your sweet potatoes.
By Linda Locke on May 31, 2013
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You can try to flip it over and bang it up and down on a cutting board.
By dana ashley on August 5, 2014
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The pieces are 1/8 to 1/4 inch square. Height also depends on how thin you slice the pieces. It doesn't purée or mash.
By Amazon Customer on January 23, 2015
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Yeah, we put ours in the dishwasher all the time.
By James on October 6, 2013
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I have had good luck with roma tomatoes
By jg on April 24, 2014
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Basically squares. You can get a "slight" strip effect by placing thicker portions into the wizard but be aware the wizard works on a hinge design that in itself prohibits much thickness.
By jas on April 21, 2014
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I have actually never tried it. Normally when chopping any types of meats like pork, steak ect. it would need to be semi-frozen for easier chopping and precision. Since it chops hard potatoes I don't see why it won't dice up pork, steaks, stew meat ect. It would need to be somewhat frozen because it's even hard to cho… see more I have actually never tried it. Normally when chopping any types of meats like pork, steak ect. it would need to be semi-frozen for easier chopping and precision. Since it chops hard potatoes I don't see why it won't dice up pork, steaks, stew meat ect. It would need to be somewhat frozen because it's even hard to chop and dice meat when it's thawed out with a knife. This is just my assumption. This is made really sturdy, so I think it would work but just not something that is frozen solid, partially thawed. When you purchase this just try a small piece and see how it does. This is a vegetable chopper so I am only telling what I think it may do because I have one because it's made so well, I feel it would work but 100% not with putting anything thawed out on it. Anything put on this chopper needs to be some type of hard texture so it can be pushed through the blades. If the meat that you want to chop is semi-frozen and in a small piece it would probably chop and dice it up. see less I have actually never tried it. Normally when chopping any types of meats like pork, steak ect. it would need to be semi-frozen for easier chopping and precision. Since it chops hard potatoes I don't see why it won't dice up pork, steaks, stew meat ect. It would need to be somewhat frozen because it's even hard to chop and dice meat when it's thawed out with a knife. This is just my assumption. This is made really sturdy, so I think it would work but just not something that is frozen solid, partially thawed. When you purchase this just try a small piece and see how it does. This is a vegetable chopper so I am only telling what I think it may do because I have one because it's made so well, I feel it would work but 100% not with putting anything thawed out on it. Anything put on this chopper needs to be some type of hard texture so it can be pushed through the blades. If the meat that you want to chop is semi-frozen and in a small piece it would probably chop and dice it up.
By Minnie Mouse on August 11, 2014
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Me neither, but believe it or not I get down on the floor on my knees and the leverage is AMAZING! I LOVE MY VIDALIA CHOP and they will have to pry it out of my cold, dead hands!!! I have chopped shelled NUTS with it too.
By Fuzzle Eyes on December 5, 2014