Spiralizing changed the way I eat vegetables. I know that’s quite the statement, but it’s true.
Spiralizing is a healthy and affordable way to easily transform fruits and vegetables into tangled piles of beautiful curly noodles. So much healthier than pasta, and just as filling.
This simple tool helped increase my vegetable intake.
Instead of pasta, I spiralize zucchini for both hot dishes, cold salads, and sandwich fillings. I spiralize sweet potatoes for meatless tacos, cucumbers for lettuce-less salads, and butternut squash for colorful stir fry suppers. I even spiralize broccoli stems instead of throwing them away, adding them to everything from salads to fajitas.
With a Spiralizer, you can get healthy and have fun with food.
Inspiralized is a terrific resource for all things spiralizing as well as delicious, healthy recipes. I discovered Inspiralized over a year ago, and it’s become one of my favorite blogs, inspiring my own spiralized recipes.
Ali published a bestselling spiralizing cookbook as well as her own spiralizer tool, the Inspiralizer. I recommend both for those new to spiralizing and those seeking more spiralizing inspiration in the kitchen.
Steph in Thyme Spiralizer Recipes
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