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52 comments

  1. January 10, 2014
    Tazim

    I like your idea of making a salad!

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  2. January 10, 2014
    seham merzib

    salad for me as well

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  3. January 10, 2014
    Stacie

    I’d make stir-fry!

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  4. January 10, 2014
    sarah miller (Leanne Saunders)

    scalloped potatoes !

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  5. January 10, 2014
    Amie Gaudet

    I would use this to slice up onions and potatoes to make scalloped potatoes. The most time consuming part of making them is slicing the potatoes.

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  6. January 10, 2014
    Karen C Hill

    I would use it for potatoes to make chips to snack on

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  7. January 10, 2014
    Dawn Rader

    I would slice up lots of veggies for a stir fry!!

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  8. January 10, 2014
    susan rosenstein

    love the glove – perfect addition

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  9. January 10, 2014
    susan rosenstein

    love the glove!

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  10. January 10, 2014
    harriet h

    onions and potatoes for scalloped potatoes

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  11. January 10, 2014
    ameirah t

    potatoes & sweet potatoes for chips

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  12. January 10, 2014
    michelle tremblett

    Yummy I would make a awesome salad 🙂

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  13. January 10, 2014
    Shauna

    I saw a recipe for scalloped sweet potatoes the other day. This would be so handy!

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  14. January 10, 2014
    Tash @ The Dreamhouse Project

    This is awesome! My mother-in-law got me a similar one for Mother’s Day and its fantastic. Great for making SO MANY things. My favourite is apple chips. The glove is genius though! Would love one of those!

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  15. January 10, 2014
    Andrea Amy

    I’d make chicken vegetable soup 🙂

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  16. January 10, 2014
    Lindsay Faber

    This yummy raw brussels sprout salad that is so good but takes forever to make 🙂

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  17. January 10, 2014
    Candice Taylor

    I would definitely make some scalloped potatoes!

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  18. January 10, 2014
    terry

    The firrst thing I would not make is cut fingers,…I so want that glove!!! Great giveaway.

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  19. January 10, 2014
    Lynda Cook

    I’d probably make stirfry, it’s new I would be slicing everything lol

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  20. January 10, 2014
    spamgirl / Kitty Cartouche

    Sunomono

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  21. January 10, 2014
    SUMMER PLEWES

    It is horribly unhealthy but I keep thinking I want to right away make my own potatoe chips lol. I love love love salad though, I would love to make a nice salad with this slicer or a nice goat cheese, Tomatoe and vegetable casserole!

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  22. January 10, 2014
    loriag

    I would love to make scallop potatoes with this slicer and glove.

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  23. January 10, 2014
    Anne Taylor

    Parmesan Potatoes would be the first thing I’d make with this slicer and glove!

    Thanks

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  24. January 10, 2014
    Judy C (Cowan)

    I would make scalloped potatoes with it!

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  25. January 10, 2014
    Erika E

    I’d make a cucumber salad.

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  26. January 10, 2014
    Angie

    I would make soup. I am kind of anal about my veggies all being uniform in my soup!

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  27. January 11, 2014
    Victoria Ess

    A salad!

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  28. January 11, 2014
    Jann

    Oh my goodness! The list is endless of how I would use this tool. Crossing my fingers!

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  29. January 11, 2014
    Bev

    The first thing I would make with this slicer and glove combo would be scalloped potatoes! Super tasty!

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  30. January 11, 2014
    Glogirl

    I would make a salad with lots of veggies!

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  31. January 11, 2014
    Belinda McNabb

    I would make a stir fry

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  32. January 11, 2014
    Lori Jackson

    a beautiful salad

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  33. January 11, 2014
    Sally

    I would totally use these! I found your blog through Pinterest, because my linen closet looks exactly like your before picture did. 🙂

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  34. January 12, 2014
    Brenda Penton

    I would make onion rings

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  35. January 12, 2014
    BobbiJo Pentney

    Sweet Potato fries.

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  36. January 12, 2014
    Rick F

    That would depend on what I’m making the day it arrives.

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  37. January 12, 2014
    Keri

    Sweet Potatoes to make Sweet Potato Crisps.

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  38. January 12, 2014
    Becky

    Scalloped potatoes

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  39. January 13, 2014
    Heidi C.

    I would make a stir-fry!

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  40. January 13, 2014
    jessica s

    I’d make salad!

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  41. January 13, 2014
    Jen S.

    I’d make this awesome Japanese pickled cucumber salad that my friend’s grandmother taught me. I love eating it but cutting cucumbers that thinly gets quite cumbersome when you’re making a big batch!

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  42. January 13, 2014
    melissa

    I’d probably use it to slice veggies for homemade pizza!

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  43. January 14, 2014
    Josh S

    hopefully a delicious stir fry

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  44. January 14, 2014
    Ann

    A garden salad.

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  45. January 16, 2014
    Stacey Demers-McFarland

    I would actually can some carrots!!! Perfect way to get them all sliced!

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  46. January 17, 2014
    Kristen

    I’ve been cutting up carrots and cucumbers to dip in a homemade veggie dip… I’d most likely use it to prep that. I liked your scalloped potato idea too. I love to eat them but hate to make them.

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  47. January 17, 2014
    Bethany

    Oh my goodness, I cannot even tell you how much I need this! I am infamous for slicing my fingers up while cutting vegetable. I love making fresh salads so lettuce, cucumbers and tomatoes would be first on the list!

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  48. January 18, 2014
    Lori Bazan

    Fresh salad for sure!

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  49. January 18, 2014
    Jim Bender

    Fresh salad with sliced hard boiled eggs

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  50. January 19, 2014
    Andrew P

    I’d use it to make salad

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  51. January 19, 2014
    Carol M (Lushka S)

    I would cut up veggies for a soup.

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  52. February 9, 2014
    Rick F

    Who won?

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