Joseph Joseph Spiro review
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This colourful, compact handheld spiralizer from Joseph Joseph has a choice of three different blades for making thin or thick noodles, and grating cheese. You simply screw the chosen blade onto the collection container, insert your veg, and twist the lid. The Spiro lacks the ribbon blade that some manual spiralizers have, but on the plus side, the whole thing is dishwasher-safe, so it should be easy to clean. But is it quick and easy to use?
- Pros and cons
- Number of blades3
- Type of bladesThick noodle blade, thin noodle blade, grater/ shredder
- Height13 cm
- Width8 cm
- Depth8 cm
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