Good morning to a new day. Gadgets.
October 17, 2020 7:27am CST
This is a day to confess, dear friends. I fell for a new gadget of those "as seen on TV". It is called sumo slicer and it is supposed to cut, slice and grate everything under the sun. After I bought it (it will take some time to come) I had a moment of repentment. Why would I need something like that! But it is done. And now that it is the season of fruits and veggies, I will make awesome salads while the veggies are in season. Have you ever succumbed to these sort of temptations? In fact, I don´t spend much in clothes. But I love all these gadgets. And sometimes I don´t even use them. Have a lovely day. I´m off now to my notifications.
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• Bangalore, India
I used to give to such temptations a decade back and then collected a lot of things I didn't use. Some I parted away as it came useful to others and few are still with me. Now I really think before I buy. Hope you make good use of it.
• United States
the marketers 're quite good 't convincin' folks they need all these gadgets. the aunt'n my sweet momma 're prone to these sort'a purchases. those that sit 'nused, that they try to pawn 'ff to me. i hope yer happy with yer new slicer, that't fulfills 'ts promise.
• Cambridge, England
I have something similar to this and, really, it's a rotary grater more than a slicer. There is a slicing blade but it is not very effective, in my opinion. I use mine mostly for grating cheese (the fine grater is very good for hard cheese like Parmsan and Pecorino), carrot and for chopped nuts. For thin slicing, I prefer my mandoline which is sharper and does a much better job with cucumber, potato and so on.