10 Best Julienne of 2020

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Julienne-Schneider guide

Originating in French, the term „julienne“ initially referred to particularly fine, about 2 to 3 millimeters wide strips of fresh or dried vegetables, which were used for the julienne soup. Today, the cutting style of vegetables and other foods bear this name. Of the Julienne is no longer just used in upscale restaurant kitchens. Even in the hobby kitchen, the small practical kitchen helper meets many enthusiastic supporters, as it saves a lot of time and energy. The functionality is very simple. A sharp, wavy blade cuts the vegetables into very thin strips. Hard fruits and vegetables such as cucumbers, courgettes, carrots, apples and pears can be processed evenly, quickly and effortlessly. It creates classic stripes as an ideal alternative to any noodle type or very decorative endless spirals that make the food a feast for the eyes.

With or without crank

Julienne cutters are available in different designs. Something powerful act the devices with crank. Here, the fruit or vegetables is skewered between an inwardly inclined knife and the crank mandrel and pressed by means of the crank against the knife and rotated. Different blade inserts provide different thicknesses and widths of the strips. Of the spiral SchneiderThe Gefu brand Spiralfix and the Spirali Spiral by Lurch are made of plastic and feature stainless steel knives. Rubber feet ensure a secure stand on the worktop. In both cases, the manufacturers are very convinced of their product and grant a five-year warranty.

Gefu’s spiral-shaped spiral cutter Spirelli is made of black plastic with stainless steel elements and is very handy due to its compact design. The clippings are manually turned into the housing. The device has no accessories and is only suitable for small foods. Compared to the models with crank, no complete processing is possible. However, the cheaper Spirelli is easier to clean and takes up less space in the kitchen.

In the application very simple and easy to clean is the Julienne the one conventional peelerlike. The device, which sits well in the hand, is attached to the corresponding vegetables and pulled gently over the vegetables. In this processing, which is relatively time-consuming, remains are left over and no different strip widths are possible.

Which device type should it be?

The decision to buy a Julienne tailor should be based on the question of how often the device will be used. In the vegan kitchen, larger quantities of fruit and vegetables are processed daily, so a time-saving device with crank can be a very good choice. However, if you do not cook too often or if you just want to try something new, you will need a peeler for the time being.

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