The pull and chop food chopper has really surprised the kitchen users by working more efficiently than expected and gaining popularity through its sheer power. There are so many varieties of this vegetable chopper available now that you find it difficult to make the right choice. I have written this review as I experienced first hand, the power of this cute little chopper that has made my work in the kitchen easier and more enjoyable.

 

 

 

 

 

Christmas is right around the corner and all of us are busy preparing lists of decorative items to spruce up our homes as well as of people we want to buy a nice gift for. Nothing is comparable to the joy of giving during the festival season, for, it brings smiles to the faces of our near and dear ones.

We are already thinking of a specific gift to each and every one of our friends and relatives. The gift that we buy for them should be appropriate and useful. It may be of a small value, but the quantum of help it offers to those you give it to matters a lot to the giver.

When I say the usefulness of the gift, I’m talking about something very specific. This will be an ideal gift to your mom, an aunt, a cousin who is a single mom/dad, work-from-home siblings, and the list is endless. There are friends that could be included in this list too.

The pull and chop food chopper is already becoming very popular as you can see from the numbers on shopping sites.  They seem to be selling like crazy now. The main reason for their sudden popularity is because they are really very useful, making your job in the kitchen quicker and much simpler thus saving you a lot of time and energy. A visit to one of these sites after seeing an ad of a vegetable chopper made me purchase one too.

I, for one, have tried several vegetable choppers and dicers in the past but never had the complete satisfaction of having bought the perfect gadget for my veggie chopping needs.

Recently, I was impressed mainly by the price of a food chopper and looked more closely at it, found it somewhat impressive and wanted to give it a try. But after buying it, I really wished I had known about it earlier as I found it extremely useful in my kitchen.

To be honest, when I used the pull and chop food chopper the first day for chopping onions, I was quite convinced that it has done a good job but then I thought any chopper would do this. The next day, I tried chopping a carrot, the one vegetable I have always found hard to cut (being arthritic), and was amazed by the ease with which I was able to do it. Cutting beans, cucumber, tomatoes or any other vegetable was a breeze. Never before have I had such a satisfaction of having made a good buy for my kitchen.

More than the work it does, there are some other benefits to this pull and chop food chopper too. Cleaning, as you all will agree with me, is an important factor that we consider when we buy a kitchenaid. As for cleaning the veggie chopper, it is another simple task that takes up no time at all. This made me happier as I don’t have to spend any extra time cleaning the vegetable chopper after use.

Here are a few pictures of my own little easy pull vegetable chopper that I use every day. I even offer to make an extra dish for my family because, cutting veggies, a task that I used to hate before, has become a favorite pastime of mine now! It may be hard to believe, but it is true!

 

 

 

Special features of the manual food chopper

  • Small and compact and can be stored anywhere in your kitchen
  • Powerful stainless steel blades that chop the vegetables finely
  • Takes very little time for chopping vegetables
  • Cleaning after use is very simple and takes very little time
  • Cute and attractive
  • Chops all kinds of vegetables including carrot and beetroot
  • The pull string is elastic and does the chopping job thoroughly
  • A simple gadget that is quite powerful to get the job done neatly

Uses of the pull and chop food chopper

Its primary use is, of course, chopping vegetables. You can chop the veggies roughly or finely by adjusting the number of pulls you make. The more the number of pulls, the finer the vegetables.

It is amazing to find this chopper being used for breaking down nuts and spices. Cashews, almonds, groundnuts etc. can be roughly powdered in this chopper.

Would you believe me if I told you that this little chopper would crush ice? Indeed, it does and I was really surprised to see this.

The following are some of the various types of pull and chop food choppers available online today. Do browse through them and make the best choice of a vegetable chopper depending on your needs and preferences. They come in different sizes though most of the shapes are almost similar being circular.

There is a slight difference in the pull cord placement in many of these food choppers. In some, they are placed on top of the lid and in others in a groove on the lid. Whatever be the placement, the cord is designed in such a way that it does a thorough job by working the stainless steel blades inside the chopper effectively and powerfully.

Here are a few of the pull and chop food choppers available today. This ‘little chef’ as I like to call it, makes a wonderful gift to your near and dear ones.

Gourmia GSC9285 Swift Chopper Pull String Manual Food Processor With 2 Attachment Blades, Durable BPA free food safe material  

pull and chop food chopper              

                                                           $ 13 99

 

 

 

 

 

Brieftons QuickPull Food Chopper: Large 4-Cup Powerful Manual Hand Held Chopper/Mincer / Mixer/Blender  –  $ 16 99

 

         

 

 

 

 

Salsa Master Salsa Maker, Food Chopper, Mixer and Blender – As Seen On TV Manual Food Processor  –  $ 14 99

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vinipiak Manual Food Chopper For Vegetable Fruits Nuts Onions Chopper Hand Pull Mincer Blender Mixer Food processor (2-cup)hand held vegetable chopper – $ 10.99

 

 

 

 

 

There are several other models of the pull and chop food chopper available online and you can check them out here.

 

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