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

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

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    I have chopped bell peppers, mushrooms, and onions in my omelet every morning and it takes me a while to chop all of them. I was wondering if anyone had any experience with any devices that would do a good chopping job? Like the slap chop or the ultimate chopper or something? I bought an inexpensive chopper from Target I think and it sucked.

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    I use a knife... it's a crappy knife but it serves me well :-)

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    Are you taking the time to chop every single morning? I chop all my omelet veggies on Sundays for the week par cook them, and I'm good to go.

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    Chop it all up the weekend before, put it in a baggie, use it straight from the baggie during the week.
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    I've bought a few, and have never been satisfied. Learning to use a knife skillfully has been the thing that worked the best and fastest.

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    I also chop everything over the weekend then use them throughout the week... ... well... for zucchini I usually cut julienne or sliced...but that can easily be turned to diced if the moment requires...

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    That's what I do; I chop them all at once with a knife and keep them in a bag in the fridge. I was just wondering if there was a quicker/easier way...

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    Practicing some good knife skills will cut the time it takes way down and will make it enjoyable.

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    I absolutely adore my global knife, and I love my Japanese mandolin slicer.

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