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How To Clean Your Spiralizer

The number one easiest way to clean each of these wonderful spiralizing tools is to wash them under running water immediately after use. If you wash immediately after using, then any vegetable matter will easily slough off of the tool and its blades. Warm soapy water is more effective as […]

How to stir-fry your vegetable noodles

Stir-frying is a quick-cooking method that requires very little fat. The secret to successful stir-fries is pre-prep. All the ingredients should be chopped or cut as needed so that everything will cook quickly. Woks are purpose-built for stir-frying, but any large, heavy skillet will do as well. Here’s a quick […]

How to store leftover veggie noodles

Leftover veggie noodles must be refrigerated, preferably in a container (glass or plastic) with an air-tight seal in the coldest part of the fridge. If the noodles have been cooked, or mixed with other hot ingredients, you can store them for up to 2 days. If the noodles are raw, […]

How Much “Pasta” Will It Make?

For most traditional pasta recipes, the default ingredient is 1 pound of pasta, which yields 4 cups of cooked pasta. In the following recipes, 4 cups of vegetable spaghetti will be the standard ingredient. To get 4 cups of vegetable pasta from your veggies use the following guide. Equivalents are […]

The best (and worst) veggies to use with Paderno-style spiralizers

Best veggies to use with the Paderno spiralizer The Paderno is particularly good with soft and less dense vegetables and can easily handle larger vegetables that have a diameter of up to 5 inches. Apples—particularly nice when cut into the “udon” size Cabbages—great for shredding. Zucchini—terrific for large zucchini. Yellow Squash—also […]