This is a phenomenal little tool. I use it almost every day. just sprinkle some dark chocolate in. or on food. All citrus fruits, nuts, or what ever else you need in small pieces nor for decoration.
Don't even know what cheese guys are called in English? But I use them a lot.
Perfect way of balling squash or peeling zest from a lemon. Go and buy them!
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I have had a lot of knifes in my life and I still have most of them at home. My first ever cool knife was a huge investment for me, still at culinary school. A global, chef knife. I have sharpened it so many Tim,es so I only have half od the blade left, but it is still a great knife.
What kind of knives should you buy?
If your looking for a lower budget version, I would go and buy the best ones at IKEA. Great quality for many years if you treat them with love.
IIf you want something in between? I would go with Global or some of the German or French brands like Fissler or Sabatier.
If you only want the best and have a couple of hundred $, I would buy Japanese Shun knifes. They will stay sharp in the best possible way and the steel is ridiculous.
Please say hello to my mandolin. This guy has been in the family for 30 years. I use it to do my spaghetti squash and cut a lot of other veggies like carrot chips etc on it etc. Use it every week always.
You can buy one cheap in plastic and use it for many years. Or, you can buy this one in stainless steal and use it for ever!
Japaneese veggie cutter
Really useful tool. I use it almost every week to make angel hair beets, carrots or other things.