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New to Cooking - February 17th 2019, 07:57 PM

I'm learning to cook, but problems arose already at the stage of cutting vegetables
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Re: New to Cooking - February 17th 2019, 08:23 PM

Even I did not always have enough strength to try my first culinary masterpieces. Googling how easy it is to peel vegetables or you can try one of https://thecozyholic.com/best-vegetable-peeler vegetable peeler, which personally makes life very easy for me and significantly reduces my time in the kitchen. In cooking, the main practice is therefore not to give up so easily and practice. Good luck!
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Re: New to Cooking - February 17th 2019, 08:50 PM

Hello there and welcome to TeenHelp!

The user above me gave an amzing tip and a peeler that you can check out that could be beneficial for you.

Nowadays, there's a lot of different kitchen gadgets that you can purchase that are helpful to use when you cut vegetables. One that comes to mind is a mandoline. Its a device that helps you cut vegetables into slices, cubes, or other sizes and has a safety handle.

There is also a vegetable spiral which you can use it to make raw veggie noodles. Some veggies you can use with it are zucchini, carrots, or cucumber and others.

Those two gadgets are my favorite to use and are fairly easy to use and are very inexpensive.

I hope this gets you started with your vegetable cutting and let us know if you have any more questions.

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Re: New to Cooking - July 26th 2021, 06:39 AM

I'm learning to cook
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