This julienne slicer is the tool that changed my life. I love to chop, and I can chop very well. I am able to slice vegetables quite thin and enjoy doing so; I find this practice meditative, in fact.
However, this julienne peeler has revolutionized chopping in my kitchen. Before I had it I was not able to slice carrots so delicately. My children love to eat the veggies that I slice with this kitchen tool. Try it yourself. You just might have a new favorite toy!
Today was very busy. I was interviewed on 9 News this morning and had a lot of fun with the host Denise discussing my gluten free cookbook and the goodies that I brought on set. Unfortunately, I do not have the link to this segment yet.
I also was happy to see my book, The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook reviewed on one of my favorite web sites this past weekend, designsponge.com! That was a wonderful surprise.
If you’re on Facebook, come on over and take a look at the Elana’s Pantry page.
I have no idea how I stumbled upon this but I did and I laughed out loud – I have one of these gadgets too and I LOVE IT. I don’t usually get excited about gadgets but this guy has made me love carrots in salad again. The result is far superior to grated / chopped / sliced / etc. I’ve also used it with cucumber to good effect.
Skin Moisturizers says
i like to search the internet for new kitchen gadgets to add to my kitchen *.,
Amy @ Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free says
I love my julienne slicer – but I have a full sized mandolin which is a little trickier to use with hard veggies like carrots. I think this is one tool I need to add to my kitchen gadget collection.
Bonnie Stone says
I like to use my julienne peeler to make “noodles” since we can’t have any that are available at the stores around us. I’ve julienned zucchini and yellow squash mostly. A quick steam and/or saute and top with your favorite sauce for vegetable pasta. I love alfredo zucchini. I tried cucumber once and topped it with salad dressing in an attempt to make pasta salad – but it was too wet. So next time I would let it sit to drain a while. I typically just toss the seed core into the compost bin but I suppose it could also be added to the stock pot if making soup stock.
I have one of these. I bought mine at Bed Bath and Beyond. I love your cookbook, Elana, and hope you make another one soon!!
Has anyone had problems with the almond flour pancakes getting black before they were ready to turn? I must have done something wrong but I feel I followed the recipe completely.
The Diary of an Epic Failure says
I need to get one of these babies immediately! Hauling out the mandoline is a total pain in the butt if I am time-crunched. Love it!