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Thread: Does anyone know of a good device to use for chopping vegetables?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthFriendly View Post
    I use me dremel for everything. It really is the all purpose tool. If you're looking for a good tool, I suggest a dremel.
    I'm fairly surprised you haven't found a way to chop vegetables using a potato... but I suppose the potato could be the dremel bit couldn't it... ?

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    I use a 10"santoku, 3" santoku, 18" slicer, or 10" slighly curved chef's knife for all my chopping. A cheapie chicago cutlery paring knife does all my detail work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatkid View Post
    I'm fairly surprised you haven't found a way to chop vegetables using a potato... but I suppose the potato could be the dremel bit couldn't it... ?
    wait...what?

    chopping vegetables?

    I would never use my dremel for that.

    I just use a knife.

    Or the food processor if it's going to be more than 5lbs. worth.

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    That Slap CHop is not a bad idea thou... very inexpensive, quick and dirty job.

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    I use a mandoline for slicing.

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    I use an ulu and a cutting board with a "bowl" scooped out of it. I also have an old wooden Japanese mandolin. I only chop in quantity ahead of time for stews, soups, etc. If it is to be eaten in salads, I prepare it fresh.

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    I use my food processor with the S hook at least twice per day..dump in a ton of raw veggies and use for whatever I'm using them for..mere seconds....although, that being said I do have them pre-washed and broken into large chunks already...then , those chunks go in for a quick pulse or two.... I couldn't live without my food processor... ;-) I eat WAY WAY more vegetables when they are teeny tiny.....

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    The Large Hadron Collider was actually built to turn my vegetables into subatomic particles for easier digestion.

    Best investment I ever made. The only downside is the chance I could create a black hole, but my nutrient absorption ratios are much more important at the moment.

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    The Large Hadron Collider was actually built to turn my vegetables into subatomic particles for easier digestion.

    Best investment I ever made.
    Sexy! Send me postcard with a picture of the Higgs boson on it the next time one shows up in your food, will you? I've been dying to see one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by groquette View Post
    Sexy! Send me postcard with a picture of the Higgs boson on it the next time one shows up in your food, will you? I've been dying to see one.
    Argh, if i knew... farted one few minutes ago.

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