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To make all of the recipes featured on Inspiralized, you’ll need a spiralizer. Click here to support me on Amazon and buy the spiralizer that I prefer: Paderno World Cuisine A4982799 Tri-Blade Plastic Spiral Vegetable

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  1. Lenora Johnson :

    Love your recipes! What do you do with all the cores? Any creative ideas for using them?

  2. Anonymous :

    Just found you this morning. Thrilled! Purchased my Spiralizer a few months ago from Williams/Sonoma and absolutely LOVE IT!! So far only doing zucchini pasta. Looking forward to trying your recipes and coming up with some of my own.

  3. Kirsten Diechmann :

    I would like the Sweet Potatoe recipes, but I can’t get to that vegetable under Recipes. Kirsten

  4. Anonymous :

    I love linguine with clam sauce. How about substituting Zoodles for the linguine?

  5. Tammy :

    I followed your link, and my new Paderno vegetable slicing tool has just been delivered!

    What is a good “beginners” meal that I can make to impress my family? In my fridge I have zucchini, carrots, and celery, with onions and garlic in the pantry.

  6. Anonymous :

    Is the spiralizer able to be sent to Australia?

  7. Angela :

    I love linguine and clams. Any suggestions?

  8. Mdm_Rptr :

    Just found you. I sure wish I had done so before using my Spiralizer for the first time and immediately slicing my thumb open to the point of needing five stitches. :(

    All is well now and I’m back at it! I look forward to trying some of your recipes here.

  9. Anonymous :

    Got a version of cold sesame noodles?

  10. Diane :

    Just found your blog. I bought my spiralizer a few months ago and have not used it much. I love kitchen gadgets and can’t wait to try many of these great looking recipes.

  11. I love this site and the recipes.

  12. Carmen Burds :

    I tried the butternut/ lentil dish last night. I didn’t have the instructions in front of me so I used blade a instead of blade c. So I had to chop the pieces up a bit before putting them in the food processor. It wasn’t quite as pretty as in your blog picture, but was delicious. I paired it with ground chicken and both my husband and mother said it was really good.

  13. holly :


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