Sunday, November 30, 2014

How I Use This Cool Veggie Spiralizer by Brieftons - and GIVEAWAY!

Do you need more veggies in your life? I know I DO!!!!

I am gluten free, and try to eat as close to Paleo as possible. Which means a lot of healthy saturated fats, healthy meats and tons of vegetables! I love pasta (sauce more than the noodles... yes, I use twice as much sauce as everyone else). And so this is a great tool to use if you want to avoid those yucky gluten free noodles and use zucchini instead.

Briefton's offers a FREE RECIPE BOOK (just click here) and are also letting me give one of their spiralizers away to one of my readers. Scroll down to enter the giveaway.

It is 100% BPA-free, and made from food-safe, durable reinforced ABS plastic. You can buy it here on Amazon or click the image below.


I have not used it for anything except zucchini so far, but it was simple to use, QUICK, and safe from clumsy kitchen hands... no sharp blades are exposed. It is even safe for kids!

This patented product is perfect for making long vegetable strands for low carb, gluten free, Paleo style healthy vegetable meals quickly. It is ideal for making spiral slices from firm fruits and vegetables like apples, onions, carrots, zucchinis, cucumbers, cabbages, beetroots, turnips, rutabagas, cucumbers, large radishes, potatoes, sweet potatoes, squashes, and many more. Works great even for long and wide vegetables. Make professional-looking garnishes, apple chips, curly fries, onion rings, potato nests, elegant salads, vegetable pizza toppings, and so much more.

This makes a GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT -- and we are giving one away. So enter to win below!!

The giveaway ends December 5th, and the winner will be contacted via email by December 7th.

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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