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Squeebie is a large mixing bowl for the kitchen with a built-in rubber blade that doubles as a spatula and a colander. This large bowl comes in either white or red, and each one has a non-slip base, a handle that's been designed for comfort as you grip it, and a pouring spout. Once you've got this bowl, which appears to be able to perform at least two functions, you may not need as many additional pieces of kitchenware any longer.
The cost of Squeebie is $19.99 plus $4.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Squeebie at the discounted price of only $9.99 for a total price of $34.97.
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To get started with your Squeebie, use the bowl to mix together food items of your choice, such as baking ingredients or casserole ingredients. If you don't have a mixing spoon on hand, you'll likely be able to push the bowl's built-in spatula back and forth in order to mix these ingredients successfully.
Next, use the built-in spatula in the way that you need to. If you need to transfer the ingredients you've mixed to another container for cooking or serving, repeatedly push the spatula towards the bowl's handle to help you push those ingredients out. Alternatively, if you need to drain any water from your bowl, lift up the spatula's small, built-in flap and push the spatula in the other direction (and then slightly down) to create a colander.
Once you're done using this bowl and its spatula, remove the spatula by pulling each end out of the hole it's currently resting in. At this point, if you need to re-insert the spatula in order to divide your bowl into two for mixing or serving purposes, you can do that. If not, it'll be time to wash both your bowl and spatula separately in the dishwasher, if you have one. Users who don't have a dishwasher will need to wash them with soap and water in the sink.
When obtaining one of these bowls, you'll have a choice between the shades of red and white—two shades that tend to look nice in the kitchen. If you frequently cook or bake large dishes, you might even want to get a Squeebie in each shade.
Each of these bowls is made of plastic, with a rubber spatula blade inside, so you won't need to worry about breaking glass or cutting yourself on sharp metal while you're using one.
Although the exact dimensions of each bowl aren't given, each Squeebie looks to be about two times as deep and wide as a standard porridge dish. With it, you'll be able to mix up enough ingredients to create a dish that'll feed at least several family members, friends or acquaintances. If you use one to cook for just yourself, you may end up with a lot of leftovers, freeing you from the responsibility of cooking for a few days.
The Squeebie has a black non-slip base that will stop it from moving around as you mix things within it, regardless of whether you're using the built-in spatula or some other mixing spoon.
Each of these mixing bowls also has a handle on one side that's been designed specifically for a user's comfort, and a spout that will likely speed up the pouring process. As a result, you won't need to hang onto the edges of the bowl as you pour, or deal with the messy dribbles that often occur due to pouring from a bowl with no spout.
The black spatula that's built into each Squeebie bowl is removable, so if you want to use some other mixing spoon within your bowl, you can simply move it out of the way. Plus, it can be moved out of the way if you'd like to use your Squeebie as a serving bowl. You'll also be able to use the spatula within another mixing bowl if you choose, though you won't be able to attach it to that alternative bowl.
One of these mixing bowls will make a great tool for kids who are just learning to cook to use. They won't have to keep track of a separate spoon while they're mixing, and the non-slip base of the bowl will make it unlikely to fall over, even when subjected to uncoordinated mixing efforts. Giving kids the opportunity to use this bowl will make them feel useful in the kitchen, but keep in mind that anyone younger than a teenager should always be supervised while preparing food.
Once you've got this bowl that functions as a mixing bowl with a spatula, and a colander, too, you may feel that it's OK to get rid of other spatulas and spoons in your kitchen. You might even decide to get rid of any larger colanders that are in your cabinet. Even if you get rid of just a couple of separate pieces of kitchenware, that'll free up space in your cupboards and drawers that you didn't have before.
The Squeebie doesn't come with a lid, which may be a disadvantage if you want to use it to transport a dish you've made to a different location, or use it to store leftovers. In either of these situations, if you'd like to cover it to avoid splattering or the loss of flavor, you'll need to use plastic wrap, tin foil or wax paper, which will create some waste.
When you convert your Squeebie's built-in spatula to a colander, you'll notice that the colander is quite small in comparison to full-size colanders, which are nearly as big as mixing bowls. Consequently, if you use the Squeebie's colander instead of a larger, stand-alone one, water may drain off your pasta, vegetables and other food items a bit more slowly than it would otherwise.
The Squeebie has been created for mixing and serving only, and it's not safe to heat it in an oven, on your stovetop or in your microwave. If you need to heat a dish after you've mixed its ingredients up in this bowl, you'll have to use the built-in spatula or another utensil to transfer it to a different container for heating. If you were to heat one of these bowls, the plastic might melt and end up being mixed into your food.
When you're cleaning this mixing bowl, do not leave the rubber spatula blade attached to the rest of the bowl, especially if you're washing it in the dishwasher. Separating both pieces will help you ensure that they both come completely clean. If you don't separate them, you'll run the risk of old food residue remaining stuck to your spatula and potentially making you sick later.
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