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- T​he "chopperupperer" being used by two men who apparently can't cook.

W​ho used "The Chopperupperer" better?

I​n honor of my birthday on Tuesday, here is a short review of an early gift I received...

6w ago
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T​he "chopperupperer" – this may be the only website in the world where I can utter that word and a sampling of people will know what it means. I guess my mom thought I could use my own because this year for my birthday, my very own "chopperupperer" arrived in the mail. What a fun little gadget!

I​ have only used it twice so far, but both times it chopped garlic like a champ. Admittedly, it is a royal pain to clean. It is extremely sharp (obviously), oddly shaped in terms of blades, and my sponge looks like it took a trip through the trash disposal, but otherwise it is a brilliant little gadget.

I am not sure how well it would cut harder objects without them being chopped a bit smaller first (think potatoes or harder vegetables) but for things that most of us would use it for like garlic or onions, I would imagine the "chopperupperer" is more than sufficient.

H​ave any of you gotten any gadgets from "Oh Cook!" or otherwise that you would recommend? Perhaps you even have your own "chopperupperer." Let me know in the comments!

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Comments (7)

  • I didn't thought about the cleaning 🤔. I want the chicken gadget that vomits the egg whites 😅

      1 month ago
    • Yeah the cleaning isn’t ideal but it’s good besids that! The chicken vomiter is pretty cool😆

        1 month ago
  • Love the picture 😆

      1 month ago
  • I am glad it is working out for you. I just use a knife.

      1 month ago
    • Thanks! It’s fun and different for sure

        1 month ago
    • Welcome. Sometimes that is important.

        1 month ago
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