Review and Giveaway: Chef’n VeggiChop

One winner will receive a VeggiChop (a $29.99 value) from Chef’n.

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If every ingredient was the same shape, and every recipe worked the same way, we’d probably only need one tool in the kitchen. Checking back in with reality, however, we find the need for some pretty specific items. Chef’n has a selection of kitchen tools, and each is designed to do more — so you can use your kitchen time better.

This VeggiChop ($29.99) is the best veggie chop I have ever used. With no electricity required, it even rivals the electrical veggie choppers I’ve tried in the past. Using a patented blade mechanism, you can easily chop: large pieces of vegetables, fruit, nuts, herbs, boneless meats — or even ice. With a Super Bowl coming up soon, this will come in handy when I make a homemade salsa. I’ve used it twice already, and I made a sweet potato puree. The directions said I could make a puree with just 20 pulls, but it took me over 30 pulls. I wouldn’t dare say that I’m weak because I have the strength of a bull. ;) It was also a little noisy. I’m not complaining, though!

The product in this review was provided to the reviewer for the purpose of writing a review. This in no way effects the quality of the review provided. No monetary exchange occurred in exchange for the writing of the review. The views expressed in this review are strictly that of the reviewer. All reviews provided here are the work of the reviewer and remain completely unbiased.

The giveaway will conclude February 15th.

Winner must respond within 72 hours of notification.

About HilLesha

Welcome! My name is HilLesha. I reside in Evansville, Indiana with my husband, our two children (8 year old boy and 2 year old girl), and a Maltese named Bali. I'm a vegetarian that practically lives at The Fresh Market. I enjoy traveling, and I love going on spontaneous road trips with no destination in mind. I also enjoy photography, fashion, history, music, collecting antiques, naturopathy, flea markets, yard sales, estate sales, organic food, reading, movies, and anything that piques my interest.

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