I’m a very busy mom with a very, very full house so I have to cook for a lot of people. During the day I try to pack lunches for the next day, prep for dinner so that when everyone gets home from school and work we can focus on homework, eating and family time. Rapid Slicer has came up with a product that will help you cut down on the prep time. Also, help with cutting food into smaller pieces for small children.
The Rapid Slicer has made a great addition to my life and kitchen. I have a 15 month old daughter who loves to eat everything that we do but to be honest is a pain in the butt to cut up really small. Especially with grapes having to cut those slippery little suckers up one by one. I have heard from other moms on ways to cut them up easily but it was still difficult. I really found the Rapid Slicer a breeze to use for round fruits and veggies such as tomatoes, olives, and grapes. The base and top have dimples to keep them in place as you cut them in half. There is a large knob that fits comfortably in your hand to stabilize your foods as you slice.
Another food that I use the Rapid Slicer for on a regular basis is chicken. Since I don’t eat red meat I eat a ton of chicken I tend to buy it in “bulk” and as soon as I buy it I cut it into cutlets to bag it for the freezer for my meals. My family is sick of chicken so I usually cook them and myself separate meals. I did about 6 pounds of chicken in 15 minutes and it was a breeze! I couldn’t believe how quick it was and gave me straight even cuts.
Can be used to slice shrimp and meats. And also works great to cut bagels and English muffins.
- Patented design has non-slip feet that keep it stationary.
- Lid protects your hand from the knife blade.
- Holds 1½ – 2 cups of fruits or vegetables at once.
- Lid locks onto the base for convenient storage.
- Easy to clean, Dishwasher safe and BPA free.
- Made in the USA!
- Helpful aid to assist people with arthritis or poor hand strength.
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