Lakeland Easy Store spiralizer review
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The Lakeland Easy Store Spiralizer is manually operated, has a handy storage compartment for its blades on the front, and packs away neatly, so you won't have to hunt around for the attachments when you come to use it. It comes with blades to make ribbons, angel-hair noodles, and thin and thick spaghetti, but is the Easy Store spiralizer a pro at making perfect spirals?
- Pros and cons
- Number of blades4
- Type of bladesRibbon blade, thin noodle blade, two thick noodle blades
- Height27 cm
- Width25 cm
- Depth15 cm
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