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A. R. Shylo: Decent capacity and relatively easy to use, although I now wish I had bought the one with the compound leverage for easier squeezing.
bernie "xyzzy": I did not imaging there was a ricer until I saw this on a Martha Stewart cooking show. She was showing off some monster size ricers. However I always choose "OXO Good Grips" as the tool of choice.So far just did the mashed potato thing. This works well however a good old fashioned masher works as well for me. Now I see for other reviews that there are more uses and a whole new world is opening for me and my ricer.
Bill Wine: I normally am a fan of OXO products, but this one is just to flimsy. I bent the flat steel between the handle and the disk the second time using it, now it's in the trash.My wife had used it maybe a dozen times before me, so maybe for a gentle person it would be fine.
B. Marold "Bruce W. Marold": For starters, this gadget succeeds at doing the job for which it was designed better than just about any other kitchen tool I have tried except for a very sharp large kitchen knife.And, it has all the features which have made OXO Good Grips products the best selling and best reviewed line of kitchen gear.I held out buying one of these little darlings for a long time, as I already owned a food mill which is entirely capable of doing the same job with about the same level of success. And, this 18/10 stainless steel gem is not the cheapest gizmo in the gadget drawer.I was swayed from this alternative by the fact that a food mill is a pain in the neck to retrieve from its high shelf, assemble, and then clean, although if I am cooking for a crowd, I may still use it, as it can do much more spud crushing in a shorter time than the Ricer.I was also deterred by the possible lack of 'multi-tasking' ability until I saw TV chefs sqeeze water out of cooked spinach and lots of other leafy goodness.My last basis for procastination is the fact that I thought the design with a selection of different hole plates (very much like the food mill) would be a better option to OXO's 'unibody' construction. But, I gave in here too, since I couldn't locate a good model with this feature.Well, now I have this one and I used it and it produces truly primo mashed potatoes WITHOUT creating gummy spud paste.If you make mashed potates more than once a month, buy this beauty!
booksy: I had my doubts about this item because it felt a little flimsy when I removed it from the box. It's lightweight and the handles seemed a little small. However, it worked flawlessly and made super-smooth mashed potatoes. It's very easy to press the potatoes through the holes.The only downside is that it takes a little time because you can't fit a whole potato in the ricer, you need to cut the potato into workable chunks, and it's a little bit messy. But the consistent smoothness is well worth it. I liked this much, much better than a standard masher.A couple of tips: make sure you use soft enough potatoes (I used russets) and place the potato so that the peel faces the top, not the holes. You also must remove the peel each time you press (that's where the messy part comes in.)Recommended!