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Professional Multi-Chopper (Williams Sonoma)

Posted by luckymom (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 2, 08 at 10:57

Anyone try this yet? Reminds me of the old vegimatic, but it does look like it would be better than all the nicer dicer/alligator/misc choppers. I hate chopping up veggies or dragging out the food processor just for a couple things, so this might be a good alternative...

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RE: Professional Multi-Chopper (Williams Sonoma)

I use the Vidalia Onion Chopper ... say it on TV, bought it at bed bath and beyond.... costs 19.99 at Target

RE: Professional Multi-Chopper (Williams Sonoma)

I will be purchasing this item next week and take it out for a spin. Wlm-Sonoma is very good about returning items that aren't satisfactory, so I'll give it a whirl and post a comprehensive review.

RE: Professional Multi-Chopper (Williams Sonoma)

Great! I;ve been wondering how this is.

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