Ruki Home Spiral Slicer - #Giveaway Ends Tomorrow - 1 DAY ONLY - 9 WINNERS

My review is coming but Ruki wants to wish every mom a very Happy Mother's Day with 9 giveaways! YES! 9 people will win their very own Ruki

 Ruki Home Best Spiral Slicer

PREMIUM QUALITY - The Ruki Home Spiralizer is made from selected HIGH QUALITY BPA-Free ABS plastic and Heat-Treated STAINLESS STEEL Japanese blades for the sharpest and quickest slice. This simple award winning tool is used by everyone from stay-at-home moms to professional chefs. You can buy this as a GIFT for your family and friends

IT'S FUN AND HEALTHY - To be able to create NOODLES from a great variety of vegetables including CARROTS, ZUCCHINI, CUCUMBER, SWEET POTATOES and much MORE. Spiralize endless julienne strips of countless vegetables for low carb, healthy vegetable meals!


EASY TO USE - Just like sharpening a pencil, simple turning motion. It fits in your hand, includes a built in finger guard for further protection and is easy to store. It's dishwasher safe for an easy clean. Once the veggie gets small enough, use the provided cap to extremely MINIMIZE WASTAGE.

COMPLETE BUNDLE - It comes with FREE cleaning brush - UPGRADED VERSION, helps you clean the slicer in a few seconds.


A 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE - One of the top-talked-about and must-have gadget of the century. This is ideal for anyone on a raw food, gluten-free, paleo or low-carb diet. A PERFECT GIFT for Moms, Cooks and healthy-conscious people. It makes vegetables fun and attractive for children!


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34 comments:

  1. Anonymous4:36 PM

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  2. Elizabeth4:46 PM

    A zucchini or a yellow crookneck squash.

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  3. The first vegetable that I will try is a cucumber

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  5. I would try the carrots first.Thank you for the entry.

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  6. I think I'd try a carrot first.

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  7. Karen G5:15 PM

    I would slice a pickle first

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  8. I want to try potatoes first

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  9. I would slice a carrot first.

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  10. I would do carrots and cucumbers first.

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  11. Anonymous5:50 PM

    I would spiral a zucchini .

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  12. I would do carrots and cucumbers first.

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  13. Soina Al-Sawah5:56 PM

    I would spiral a zucchini

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  14. Sonia Al-Sawah6:05 PM

    I would spiral a zucchini!

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  15. Anonymous7:54 PM

    I would slice zucchini first.

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  16. hi! I think I would spiral a carrot first :)

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  17. I would want to try potatoes

    clary711@yahoo.com

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  18. i would do carrots

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  19. I will try it on a zucchini first.

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  20. I think I will try a carrot first and then on to a potato...


    hebb dot julie at gmail dot com

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  21. Zucchini and potatoes.

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  22. the first would be a carrot. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  23. I want to try sweet potatoes first!

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  24. I like to make zoodles (zucchini noodles). But carrots are fun, too, and look cool spiralizer in a stir fry!

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  25. I think that the first veggie I will try is a carrot and make a great carrot salad, daughter in law would use it for zucchini and make noodles, and pickle them,

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  26. I'm going to make noodles out of zucchini. I keep hearing how delicious they are and don't have a a tool to make them!

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  27. It would be great to do zucchini!

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  28. I would try a potato first

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  29. I would do a combo of carrots and zucchini.

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  30. Debbie Cocchio11:58 AM

    I would start with a zucchini. Then maybe add some yellow squash. Yum!!!

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  31. Debbie Cocchio12:00 PM

    I would start with a zucchini, then add some yellow squash later. Yum!!

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  32. I would slice potatoes.

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