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Contrast Top And Shorts Athleisure Set For Toddlers And Kids
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David: Easy to use, easy to clean, removes a lot of water. They even thought of making it flat across the top so you can stack things on it in your pantry.If I take the strainer basket out this is also large enough to replace the giant bowl I was tossing my salads in, which is awesome.If you want a salad spinner you should get this.
David R: Easy to use, easy to clean and it works fast. The brake on the unit works great. Best salad spinner I have ever had
D. Christensen: I have always washed my salad greens and shook them out in a dishcloth--this works fine but the salad spinner is definitely a convenience tool. What I like about it--I can put a whole container of lettuce in the basket, rinse it, spin it, use what I need and store the rest in the fridge. Depending on the type of lettuce, it generally needs about 3 spins. I empty the water left in the bowl after spinning, but I think leaving the water on the bottom might keep the salad crisper. I don't think it really makes a difference. It keeps for days and I just re-rinse and re-spin when I need more. The lettuce is kept perfectly crisp and fresh. There really isn't anything I dislike--it is big, but it fits on the bottom shelf of our fridge and it stores nicely in our pantry when not in use. I thought it might be too big for 2 people, but it isn't. I am sure the smaller one would work just as well and I may get that for herbs or veggies. A very handy tool, and not a gimmick.
D. Delgado-Rucci: I grow my own lettuces. I take the interior basket outside to put them in, then wash them. The spinner takes the remainng water out. Easyto use, clean and stor.e
D. Drill: Oxo makes great products (I have many), and I especially I love my Oxo Good Grips Salad Spinner. I've had it for six years now and use it all the time.What I like about it is, well, everything. It's nice and big. I can buy varieties of lettuce (try the clam shell-packed Artisan lettuces at Aldis or Sam's Club), even spinach, and make up my own mix.I thoroughly wash and rinse the lettuce in the colander part, then soak them in ice cold water (add ice under the colander part and then cover the lettuce with water) for ten minutes or so, dump out the ice and water, and then spin them a couple of times (love the gripping feet), dumping the water after each spin, then dry the clear plastic outer bowl, replace the spinner part with the included cover, put it into the fridge and the lettuce/spinach stays crisp and fresh for a week. I can have an interesting and tasty salad every night starting with a base of this great mix of lettuce/spinach from my spinner.I eat a lot more salad because of my salad spinner. Great investment, great product.