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Keto Dieters Are Obsessed With This Spiralizer That Can Turn Literally Any Veggie Into Noodles

Women's Health logo Women's Health 1/29/2020 Jasmine Gomez
Whether you're on the keto diet or just trying to incorporate more vegetables into your diet, this Amazon spiralizer is an affordable way to meet your goals. © Jewelyn Butron Whether you're on the keto diet or just trying to incorporate more vegetables into your diet, this Amazon spiralizer is an affordable way to meet your goals.

If you're looking to cut down on carbs or just want a fun way to eat more veggies, then it's probably time you invest in a spiralizer. A spiralizer will turn your fresh veggies into faux noodles (you know: zoodles). But you can spiralize way more than just zucchini.

Spiralizer Ultimate Vegetable Slicer © amazon.com Spiralizer Ultimate Vegetable Slicer

$29.97

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The Spiralizer Ultimate Vegetable Slicer has seven blades that make it capable of spiralizing anything from beets to bell peppers. You can swap out the blade to customize the noodles you're prepping, whether you want a finer angel-hair like shred or something a little curlier to make fries with.

This spiralizer also comes with four recipe e-books, so that you'll never run out of veggie-inspired meals to make.

The product has over 4,500 reviews, but people couldn't stop mentioning how this spiralizer's been a game-changer for their diets.

This customer on the keto diet said the tool helped her flex her cooking skills.

"I just made the best carrots I've ever had just by using the angel hair pasta attachment and then baking them with a little olive oil, garlic and parmesan cheese. Then used the fine shredding attachment to make zoodles for the first time and made a super simple keto friendly zoodle fettuccine. This is the best money I have spent in a long time."

Another reviewer mentioned how the machine helped him keep up with his vegetarian lifetstyle.

"As a vegetarian many of my calories come from veggies (or at least they should :)), but they get fairly dull to eat in their original form or diced. By putting them into noodles seems to really do the trick when it comes to making them even better!"

Other people raved about how much fun they had using the machine, including this customer who compared the spiralizer to a pencil sharpener.

"Spiralizing hard items such as sweet potatoes and zucchinis are an ease. In fact, it's so easy that my 3 and 6-year-old can do it. The only thing I can compare it too is that is has the same motion as a mounted pencil sharpener, but has less friction and hesitance. It feels more like the motion of turning the pencil sharpener when there is no pencil in it."

If you want to upgrade your kitchen counter space, the spiralizer's available on Amazon for $29.97. Go ahead and live your best spira-life.

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