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The Vadalia Chop Wizard Pro Max is a tool that's meant to help you quickly slice, dice and chop virtually any vegetable, plus a variety of other food items, like potatoes and boiled eggs. It holds up to three cups of food and can be used as a measuring cup since it contains measuring lines from a half cup all the way up to three. This compact kitchen tool doesn't require electricity or batteries for operation and is dishwasher safe.
The cost of Vadalia Chop Wizard Pro Max is $29.95 plus $6.95 shipping, for a total price of $36.90.
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Based on the food you want to cut with this tool, you'll need to choose from the three different interchangeable blades that are included with each device. These blades will enable you to cut food into different shapes and sizes. Once you've selected a blade, open up your device and attach the blade to its transparent container, as if it's a slide-on lid. The green edges of the blade should be pointing down so that the sharper side is facing up, and the blade should be closer to the device's hinge than it is to the opposite end.
Next, place the food of your choice, such as an onion, a potato or a small block of cheese, directly on top of the blade. If food is hanging over the edges of the blade, you've added too much, and all of it may not end up being chopped. Once you've determined that an appropriate amount is resting on the blade, you'll be ready for the cutting portion of this process.
To chop your food, simply close the white lid of your device all the way, in one quick motion. Due to the grid that's on the underside of each lid, this will automatically result in your food being chopped by your device's blade.
Next, to pour your newly chopped food onto a plate or into a dish, open your device's lid again, but don't remove your device's green blade. Use the open space between the end of the blade and the end of the transparent container as a spout, and pour the chopped food out.
Unless you've spilled food during the previous step, you shouldn't have to clean up your kitchen counter. Instead, you can clean the underside of your device's lid by removing the green tab that's resting over the grid, which will bring any food residue with it. The other pieces of your device will be dishwasher safe, although it's best to separate them before putting them in your dishwasher.
This chopping tool will hold up to three cups of food—while not being much bigger than a standard cheese grater. While you may have to make a few separate cuts to chop up three cups of vegetables or another food item you've chosen, you won't need to empty your device until you reach three cups. If you want to transport this tool away from home so you can use it at another location, such as your cottage, it'll take up a foot or less of space in your car.
All the blades included with each Vadalia Chop Wizard Pro Max are made from stainless steel, a material commonly known for making quick and accurate cuts. With a blade made of this material, it's unlikely that you'll ever have to chop any food item a second time due to an unsuccessful or unattractive first cut. Stainless steel is also a material that's known to last a long time, so your blades may not lose their efficiency for years or even a decade.
The hinges within each device are reinforced, which adds to their durability and makes it highly unlikely that they'll break while you're using the device for chopping, slicing or dicing. While you should still be careful not to slam your device's lid down onto its blade, you shouldn't be super-worried about its hinges breaking if you accidentally apply a bit too much force.
Some plastic products today still contain the chemical compound BPA, which is potentially toxic for human beings (and other living things), but this particular chopping device is BPA free. As a result, you won't have to be concerned about passing any amount of toxicity onto yourself or others you prepare food for by using this tool.
If you were to use a cutting board or chop food directly onto your countertop, you'd need to clean the cutting board, your countertop, or both after finishing. However, unless you accidentally spill something, there'll be no such mess associated with the Vadalia Chop Wizard Pro Max, since the food will remain in the device's transparent container throughout the cutting process.
When cutting with a knife, there's quite a significant risk of injury, because your hand could slip and cause you to cut yourself instead of the food items in front of you. Fortunately, you'll dramatically lower your chance of injury when you use a cutting device like this Chop Wizard, as your hands won't be anywhere near the blade while cuts are being made. You will need to place food on the blade to start, but while you're making your cuts, the only things your hands will need to be touching are your device's lid and container.
This kitchen device is completely human-powered, which means you won't need batteries or electricity to run it. Consequently, you'll be able to use it virtually anywhere, including at cottages or campsites without electricity, and you won't have to think about keeping batteries on hand. You'll also be able to use the device as many times a day as you'd like without being concerned about increasing your electricity bill.
When you're closing the lid of your Vadalia Chop Wizard Pro Max, in order to make a cut with its blade, it's a great idea to hold onto your device's container at the same time. Otherwise, even if you were to use only a moderate amount of force, your device could tip over or go flying off your counter during the cut. To hold onto both the lid and the container, it's best to place your non-dominant hand on the container and use your dominant hand to close the lid of your device.
With this cutting device, you'll be able to chop at least one whole vegetable in just one second, while it might take you several minutes to chop the same vegetable up with a knife. It follows that if you use this device instead of a knife to chop all the food items you need to on a given day, your food will be on your table much faster. In fact, a list of food-chopping tasks that may have taken you an hour or longer in the past may only take you a few minutes.
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