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    Default Kitchen appliances

    So im planning to make a big batch food to freeze. Im after thing to chop up onion, slice vege, chop up potato into french fry style etc to make things easily. My kambrook food processor wont do. Can you pls advise me thanks

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    V slicer! Although I'm not sure that it'll do the potato chips...

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    MrsDL thanks for the info where can you buy V slicer?

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    Harris Scarfe used to stock v slicers. I think tupperware has a wizz chopping device???

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    The Tupperware one sux I have it. Bought the v slicer and love it

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    You can get them online fairly sure. Have a look in home ware shops first

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    I'm pretty sure I bought my v slicer at Robins.

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    Thanks everyone for the info. I'll look the V slicer. It will make the cooking process easier, thanks again


 

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