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Donald A. Nelson: I honestly only use this ricer on potatoes, and only after my "food mill" has done all the work, yet has left me with a few hard scraps that won't pass through the blade. I place the scraps into the ricer and voila, no wasted potatoes.I was watching Chef Michael Chiarello on the Food Network and this is the exact model he uses on his mashed potatoes. It's construction is solid and smooth.I myself do not make spaetzle, so I cannot comment on its uses for making that dish; however, for making potatoes, when combined with the food mill, it serves a purpose for me. If I could only afford one tool for mashed potatoes, I'd opt for the "food mill".
Dwight: I'm ready!This replaces a 30 year old potato masher that is rusted.P.S. The spaetzle recipe worked despite my clumsiness. A few times, the structure of the ricer prevented my overturning the dough or the ricer in my nervousness. This is a very sturdy and well-built ricer.
[email protected]: As ricers go, this one is great. It's very sturdy and comfortable. However, mine sits idle now that I have a food mill. The food mill does the same job yet is much more versatile.Unless you're REALLY fixated on getting a potato ricer, check out food mills instead. They're well worth the extra cost.
Edith A.: I usually love the OXO Good Grips line of kitchen tools, but this one let me down. The bowl is smaller than my old plastic ricer, and the handle isn't as long, so it's harder to squeeze. I thought the stainless steel would work better, but my old plastic one is easier and more efficient, especially when I make a half-gallon of homemade applesouce. I'll keep this one as a backup for smaller jobs and softer foods.
E. Laneville: This tool is a must-have for preparing mashed potatoes. It takes all of the effort and lumps out of making perfect mashed potatoes.A little bit of potatoes can squeeze out from the top of the lid as you push it down (which is why I only gave 4 stars) but since the gap is so narrow, what squeezes out is also "mashed" so it can be thrown in with the rest of the potatoes.My girlfriend complained that it is a little hard to squeeze when packed to the rim with potatoes, but this can be controlled by putting less potatoes in it each time.Overall an excellent product. Very easy to clean.