Deiss Julienne Peeler Review

Occasionally I am asked to review products. And I’m pretty picky about what I say “yes” to – I tend only to review the ones that are food or kitchen-related and this is one of them.

This Deiss Julienne Peeler is so cool. It’s made by Deiss Kitchenware, a small family-owned company in Germany. That in and of itself makes it cool!

My first reaction when I took it out of it’s fancy box….

front box

…was that it was heavier than I had anticipated.

I figured this meant it would be clunky to use.

But I was wrong.

The added weight made peeling a breeze!

 

Here are some of the other highlights:

– you can peel in any direction

– you can peel in any direction

– one blade peels

– one blade cuts julienne strips

– one end can remove the “eyes” of potatoes

– the other end can make long/thick slices

 

back cover

The ONLY complaint I have had while using it is that you have to learn to peel a little differently than a “regular” peeler. I found that it worked best when I put the flat end of a veggie down on a cutting board or hard surface and then peeled downward. But, this is probably just habit from using a regular ‘ole peeler and I am sure the more I used this one, the easier it will be.

All of these benefits and features are topped off with the fact that it’s very reasonably priced at $13.79!

So, for all of those real foodies in your life (or just those that like to cook), this could make an excellent stocking stuffer or Christmas gift!

As always, shopping through my Amazon links helps me earn a little extra commission to keep things going around the blog, so thank you! You can find the Deiss Julienne Peeler here!

 

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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