60 Second Salad
60 Second Salad is a salad bowl that you can use to make a healthy, well-chopped salad in just a minute's time. The bowl will help you quickly rinse, strain, and chop your ingredients, and after you're done, you can either transfer your salad out of this bowl or just dig in with your fork. Clean-up isn't complicated, either, as the bowl is dishwasher safe, and if it's not that dirty, you'll have the option of just rinsing it, too.
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How to Use (Step by Step)
- Add Ingredients and Rinse
To get started with 60 Second Salad, add any ingredients you want to include in your salad to the bowl, such as lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber, and cheese. Run the bowl under your tap in order to rinse the ingredients off, while any excess water drips through the bowl's bottom slits. In just a few seconds, your entire rinsing and straining process will be completed.
- Flip Bowl for Chopping
Once any excess water has drained out of your salad bowl, put the bowl's solid white lid on and flip the bowl upside down. Following that, start using a large kitchen knife to cut along the bowl's slits. If you want finely chopped ingredients, cut along every slit, but if you want your ingredients to be less finely chopped, cut through just every other slit. To cut in the opposite direction, simply rotate the bowl's lid 180 degrees.
- Serve Your Salad
After the chopping process is done, your salad will be ready for serving. If you're eating alone, you may want to eat directly from the bowl, although if you add dressing, a plate should be underneath the bowl in case the dressing dribbles through the slits. Alternatively, if you're eating in a group, you can use standard salad tongs to transfer the salad from this mixing bowl to smaller bowls.
Each 60 Second Salad bowl comes in white, a shade that will look good on virtually any table. Due to this shade, you'll also be able to clearly see how dirty your bowl is in order to determine whether it should be rinsed or washed.
- Lid With Handle
The lid on each of these salad bowls has a handle, which will help you if you want to carry your mixed salad from the counter to the table. However, you should make sure you do this before you add dressing, so you don't have to deal with dripping, and keep one hand on the bottom of your bowl as you carry it, too.
- Dishwasher Safe
Although you may choose to just rinse it after one use, your 60 Second Salad bowl can be safely run through the dishwasher whenever it needs a more thorough cleaning.
- Promotes Healthy Eating
Sometimes, making a salad the traditional way might seem like a lot of work, and you may be tempted to grab some fries or pizza from a fast food place instead. Fortunately, when you use this particular mixing bowl, you might be more likely to go for the salad, since you'll be able to make one more quickly than a fast food place'll cook your fries!
- Can Use for Fruit
Besides using it to make vegetable salads, you'll also be able to use the 60 Second Salad bowl to make salads filled with your favorite fruits. Just follow the same rinsing, straining, and chopping process for success.
- Won't Break Easily
Since this salad bowl is made from plastic, it won't break easily like a glass salad bowl may, even if you let an accident-prone child carry it to the table.
If you rinse your salad dishes by hand, you won't need to spend time rinsing both a cutting board and a salad bowl. Using the 60 Second Salad bowl will actually eliminate the need to use a cutting board altogether, so after preparation, you'll only need to be concerned with rinsing your bowl and your knife.
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