Friday, March 27, 2015

Julienne Vegetable Peeler {Product Review} & Giveaway

Hello, my friends! Tonight I am reviewing something that could be useful around the house, more specifically the kitchen. That thing is the Ultra Sharp Dual Julienne Peeler from Keri's Kitchen. I received this product in exchange for my honest review.

 This is a new type of peeler. It isn't that little one that is so hard to push down and peel with.  This one is shaped rather differently than you would expect, but it is pretty amazing. So far my mom has used it to cute up vegetables and she loves the thing. It cuts precise, thin strips. These thin strips can be used for multiple purposes.

 I think my mom's favorite aspect is that it is sharp, easy to lose, and cuts such a thin peel and she doesn't have to worry about it being too thick or anything as it does its work naturally. It also doesn't waste any of your vegetable. She recommends that it doesn't be kept around children though, which is pretty much a given because the blades are sharp.

The cleaning brush.
 The peeler is stainless steel, which is pretty awesome and means that it should last much longer than something that might be plastic or something. It also has a lifetime guarantee so if anything ever happens to it, we can get it taken care of.
It also comes with a small cleaning brush, which I think is a pretty cool addition.

 Mom's verdict on this is that it is a wonderful product, and at less than $9 on Amazon, it's a pretty valuable item you can have.

All right. Before I go, they've offered to give away a peeler! If you want to try this yourself, comment below! Tell me what your favorite vegetable is. :)

 Also, the washguard giveaway is ending soon!

~ Bethany


  1. My family eats 3 different vegetables at dinner every day, plus I've been eating more throughout the day, so I could definitely put this to use. My favorite vegetable? Hard to choose, but I'm craving broccoli and sweet potatoes right now.

  2. That looks like a really great veggie peeler! I can't possibly pick a favorite veggie! I enjoy way too many to choose a favorite.