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05-03-2010, 12:48 PM
I have updated my spiral slicer so I have one (the inexpensive kind with the knob you turn from the top, not the side) ready to donate. I live in Marin County, California so if anyone here or SF Bay area wants it contact me at email@example.com.
Being a lover of all kitchen gadgetry ~ what did you update to Marin Mom? *Ü*
05-03-2010, 04:40 PM
It's called "Lurch" (funny I didn't notice before), German made, with three different blades that sits right in there and very cool. Makes great thick noodles too. It think it was around 50.00 and I got it from John Kohler at his Health Expo last year in Santa Rosa, Ca.
I remember seeing him demo that on one of his YouTube videos ~ I was SO impressed!
How do you like it MM? I sure liked the looks of it and what it could do. Are you happy with the quality? Thanks! *Ü*
05-03-2010, 05:43 PM
I love the Lurch Spiralo! It's really the best one for that kind of money in my opinion. And it folds up so nicely which makes it easy to store compared to the horizontal versions.
The only thing I wish for is another blade for even thinner noodles
05-05-2010, 07:48 PM
I had to see which one this one is. I'm glad I have my Joyce Chen spiralizer, but it's not reliable so I've been searching for a replacement. The Lurch one looks good. This video shows a lot of detail on how to use it, i.e., how the blades are put into the unit, etc.:
I went looking for another one of these that was recommended here some time back. I think I personally like the look of this one more, the Tsumapuro:
If anyone has tried either, can you compare for us? I like the look of the results with the Tsumapuro while the Lurch looks like it might falter like the Chen Spiralizer does on occasion. But, again, until trying, it's difficult to know.
Anyone with experience in both? Pls let us know. Thanks. :)
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