Vidalia Chop Wizard is an "As Seen On TV" product. The makers of this product claim it will chop or dice, fruits, vegetables and more in the fastest, safest and easiest way.
Often these products just don’t live up to their claims. This product did! We tested out the Vidalia Chop Wizard about two years ago and this little $20 product did exactly what it claims.
Here’s how it works. Let’s say you want to cut an onion. The instructions say to cut both ends of the onion, then cut it in half from the top to the bottom, remove the skin, and then we're ready to use our machine. First decide which type of cut you want. The Vidalia comes with two blades, a large dicer or small one. Place the blade you want inside on the chopper by lifting up lid and placing the blade on top of the open container. Now open the lid and place the onion, or whatever you are chopping, between lid and blade. Now close lid and press it down until your item is pushed all the way through the blade and chopped in the container. That's it!
I tried the Wizard on chopped onions, carrots, potatoes, apples and even tomatoes.
Surprisingly the Vidalia Chop Wizard worked great! What would normally take up to 30 minutes should only take you 10 using the Vidalia Chop Wizard. It really speeds up the process and makes it safer than using to knife but you still need to use it with caution.
After two years of using the exact same Vidalia, the blades are still sharp and it works just like if it was brand new. This Vidalia Chop Wizard is worth every penny.
You can pick it up at any store that sells "As Seen on TV" products. I bought mine at Target for $19.95 and just bought another for the same price two years later. Also, the little clean tool that comes with the Vidalia Chop Wizard makes cleaning safe and breeze. I still give it a thumbs up.
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