If you’re going to grow your own greens you can make your life a lot easier with a good salad spinner. The one I have and recommend is the Culina Space Saving 5-Quart Salad Spinner.
It removes excess water with fast centrifugal force provided by the non-slip side action hand crank, which has been designed for comfort. Great for rinsing and drying greens as well as for serving and storing in the fridge.
Culina 5-quart Large Salad Spinner is the fast, efficient and affordable way to maintain a healthy routine and improve your diet as well.
Are you tired of eating boring sandwiches and cholesterol-inducing food? Arugula, spinach, lettuce, romaine, cabbage or cress are all delicious greens you can easily add to your diet to benefit a long and healthy life!
Keep salad-making quick, easy and fun with the Culina 5 Qt. Salad Spinner.
Some of the features of this salad spinner are:
- Ergonomic design, robust features: Superior quality, robust construction, Culina 5Qt. Large Spinner is a durable, time-tested, resistant, spinning powerhouse, outfitted with a side hand crank discreet enough for easy storage, yet broad enough for a comfortable, non-slip grip, it’s effortless to.
- BPA-Free, food Safe: Exercise caution, reduce germs and potential bacteria by washing raw vegetables thoroughly. Using Culina 5Qt. Salad Spinner, you will immediately see leftover dirt and other foreign residue wash off as they collect in the clear outer bowl. Removing excess water allows for food to be that much enjoyable, crispy clean, full of nutrients and tasteful rather soggy which (besides looking unappealing and lacking in taste) can ultimately deplete food of its essential minerals.
- Easy to Use: Simply fill up the basket with desired amount of salad, rinse, set back in the clear bowl, cover and with a simple, forceless turn of the ergonomically designed crank handle spin and dry your salad.
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