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A vegetable spiral


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Can anyone suggest to me a type of vegetable spiral that would be able to make this type of spicy cucumber salad? I know that the recipe suggest using a vegetable peeler but was thinking if there are any kind of spiralizers or ribbon makers which would to the job as well?

http://www.sbs.com.au/food/recipes/spicy-cucumber-salad-sichuan-liang-ban-huanggua

Thanks.

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Thank you for your suggestions. Some of those slicers sliced through the whole veg from the outset. But a recipe like the one I posted above requires you to discard the core. Otherwise, all of them would be ideal.

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I've got a vertical and a horizontal Benriner. For cukes the vertical one works best.

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