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Attractive cuts make fresh fruits and vegetables very appealing. Try apples, bananas, beets, carrots, sweet potatoes, cucumber, cabbage and potatoes. Most fruits and vegetables do not require peeling. Cut apples in half and red edges of the apple slices ass color and interest to pies, fruit salads, or as an attractive interesting texture for coleslaw.

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Use for the fine shredding or grating of hard foods like beets, carrots , turnips, potatoes, crackers, dry bread, frozen foods, coconut, chocolate, hard cheeses.
Wash vegetables and fruits before shredding. Do not peel. Vitamins and minerals are contained in the skins or just under the skins of the fruits and vegetables. Use the shredder cone for the preparing foods for babies and soft foods for special diets.


Designed for potatoes and other firm vegetables like carrots, beets, turnips and zukini, which become the perfect size for fast cooking. Wash and drain potatoes but do not peel. Place potato perfectly, fast French fry cuts. Fresh French –cut apples, pears, peaches, or melons are attractive addition to any salad. Cut avocados, papayas or melons to quarters or eights, then place against the cone with the skin away from the cutter.


Use for preparing julienne strips or stringing a variety of foods like potatoes, onions, celery, carrots , etc. No need to peel vegetables and fruits just wash before cutting. To string onions, cut in half and place outside of the onion next to the cutting cone. Leave the peel of apples to add more color to your dishes. Cut soft cheese to macaroni size which is perfect for salads or quick melting to flavor another dish.

Cone 4 – SLICERS

Makes quick work for big slicing jobs, for instance-onions pickles, radishes, carrots, potato chips, sauerkraut, etc. Cut cabbage into quarters and place quarters with leafy side towards the cone, one at a time and you’re minutes away from delicate coleslaw strands.

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