Imagine using a potato to make spaghetti like pasta, a carrot or even a zucchini. This is the idea behind the Benriner Spiral Slicer - a Japanese product that quickly turns vegetables into noodle shapes that Not Cot report can be as large as 7-8 feet.
Users strap the veg into the Spiral Slicer and simply spin the lever at the top and lovely little pasta shapes fall to the bottom.
It comes with three different sized interchangeable blades that change the size and thickness of the noodle shapes.
Not Cot has also published some tips and tricks if you want to make your own zucchini pasta using the slicer.
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