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Genius Magic Cube is a cutting system that is a collection of different blades you affix to a storage container. Using the blades and the lid, you can cut different designs for things like vegetables, fruit, and cheeses. Then the foods get collected inside of the storage container where you can mix them, put them in the fridge for another time, or serve them. Friends and family will be impressed with the uniform cuts, the unique spiral shapes, and more.
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When in the vertical position, this device is smaller than a bottle of water.
There is a collection box attachment which has a practical drawer function so that users can directly cut into it and collect what is cut.
The blades are extremely sharp, hardened stainless steel. With these blades you can get the perfect quality cuts each time. You also get to choose from two in one blade inserts depending on the ingredients you are cutting.
This successor to the Nicer Dicer Fusion looks just like a cube and it gives you various cutting options along all four sides.
This unique kitchen cutting system is one that can be easily stored in your kitchen. One of the most appealing aspects is that in spite of how many pieces are included, those pieces can all stack nicely inside of one another until they become a large, single cube. Put it in a drawer or cupboard when not in use, and you will not have to go searching for the different parts next time you need to prepare a meal.
With this system you get a storage container inside of which the food you cut can be directly caught and stored. Literally just dice it how you want, watch it fall into the container, then place a lid on the container and store it. This also means less mess, fewer tupperware dirtied in the sink, and faster clean up.
With this system you have a blade insert for dicing, in addition to cutting smaller cubes or sticks. You get the grater for coarse grating with a protective covering. Also included is the cuttings container. Use the Julienne grate with its protective covering. Included is the spiral insert with its smooth blade and the spiral insert with the Juliette blade.
There is only the one system, so if you want a different cut, you cannot just add a different blade. You must use the blades which are provided.
With most of these, the size of the actual blades means you still need to prepare your food. For example, if you have a large wedge of cheese you want to cut into cubes, you will need to cut the wedge to a shape that can fit over the blade. If instead you want to make a chunky salsa, you need to make sure the vegetables you are mixing are also cut adequately to fit over whatever blade size you are using.
For most of the blades, this unit works by simple force. You put the blade on top of the storage container, then affix the lid. Place the food over the blade and press down on the lid until the food has been pressed through the blade. Obviously this is harder for some food items than others, and requires different levels of pressure.
With this unique you can save time and calories as you prepare quick, healthy, and delectable food. The clever cutting system means you get new cuts with each turn. Use this system to impress the whole family or guests as you have perfectly prepared cuts for all food. Just like a cube, you can cut ingredients without any effort into slices, sticks, cubes, Julienne, or grated foods in a fraction of the time you would spend doing it by hand. The Nicer Julietti adds something special to the set, conjuring decorative spirals of foods or smaller Juliettis from radishes, carrots, or cucumbers, and more. Such a kitchen aid makes it easy to cook just about anything.
Use this cutting system to prepare delightful snacks for kids during or after school. Cut cubes of cheese, make your own carrot sticks with dip, or cut your own fries. Save time and keep kids eating healthy treats with different shapes and sizes.
Moreover, you can use the same technique to prepare plates of sliced meats and cheeses for party platters. You can make your own chunky salsa and have it on hand for snacks too.
You can prepare foods ahead of time and store them for cooking later. Making a stir fry, for example, might require you to cut small cubes or strips of different vegetables. You can cut the carrots, onions, peppers, ahead of time, then store them in the fridge until you are ready to cook dinner. When it is time to cook, just add the veggies to whatever other things you want in your meal, and you only have to wait as long as it takes to cook.
Moreover, you can prepare things for a few days at a time, then store them so that all of your prep work is done ahead of time. Those nights when you are rushed to make food, you will be grateful that the majority of the cooking prep work is done.
Take the unit and insert the blade you want, based on the size and shape you want to cut.
Wash and prepare the food you want to cut. If, for example, you are cutting a cucumber, you might want to wash it with a vegetable wash and cut it into smaller, more manageable sizes.
Then take your cleaned food and either turn it or slide it as required for the type of cuts you want to achieve. For example, if you want to grate potatoes to make hash browns you would attach the large grater blade to the top of the clear container, then run the potato over it. If you wanted spiraled foods instead, you could place the cone shaped attachment on top of the blade and turn your food inside of it.
For small, medium, or large cubes, you would attach the cube grater on top of the clear box then put the lid over it. Press down on the lid to push your food through the cube creating grater and watch the food fall into the space below.
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