This simple tool is all you need to get yourself on a fast track to weight loss, healthful living.

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Make a beautifully decorated zucchini spaghetti with Kitchen Active pasta maker. This simple tool is all you need to get yourself on a fast track to weight loss, healthful living, increased energy, and vitality! By simply giving a twist, you can turn your whole vegetables into a gorgeous noodle soup with this small cutter - perfect for vegetable noodles, salads, and gourmet-style garnishes. Spiral slicing tools aren't just for professional chefs anymore!

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  • Recommended by Dr Oz and named the best new product by the Gourmet Retailer Magazine crafted with an award-winning design.
  • The Kitchen Active Slicer is molded using high quality ABS plastic for a lightweight feel, fitted with stainless steel Japanese blades for the sharpest and quickest slice of pasta. It fits in your hand, so it's easy to store.
  • It's dishwasher safe for an easy clean.
  • The plastic is BPA-FREE. And once the veggie you're spiral-slicing gets small enough, use the provided cap to minimize wastage. 
  • It is ideal gift for anyone who spends a lot of time in the kitchen. From busy moms to college students to culinary artists, this product is a definite must-have for anyone who wants to get more veggies into their diet - in a quick and easy way.
  • The Kitchen Active Spiralizer also comes with a small cleaning brush to access hard-to-reach areas! 
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does this make only one size noodle?

    It has two sets of blades, so one size slightly larger than the other.

  • Can it make curly fries?

    No, the potato could not enter, only long vegetables like carrots, cucumbers, zucchini.

  • Does this product work with thinner carrots?

    No, it works best with a medium sized zucchini/ squash or larger carrot. Thin wouldn't work.

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