You can only truly appreciate a kitchen utensil like this if you’ve ever made sauerkraut or coleslaw by chopping up cabbage with a knife. The Weston Cabbage Shredder is AWESOME!
Some of the features of this cabbage shredder:
- Sturdy wood construction
- Three super sharp, stainless steel blades
- Shreds in small narrow strips
- Disassembles for easy clean-up
- Fitted handle for easy grip
Perfectly shred bounties of cabbage for homemade coleslaw and sauerkraut. It’s as simple as placing a head of cabbage into the handguard and sliding it back and forth. Three stainless steel blades do most of the work, in no time at all, as piles of cabbage strips spill from below the board.
Easily nests over basins and fermenting crocks. Hand guard can be removed for cleaning. Solid wood construction and durable steel blades for a lifetime of use.
Not just for cabbage, this shredder is also great for slicing apples, carrots, potatoes and other firm fruits and vegetables.
I have truly begun to appreciate higher quality kitchen utensils like this. There was a time when I would always buy the cheapest, lowest quality tool for the job and then after a couple uses it would break.
Those days are past, now I do the research, read the reviews and find the quality. Since then I make purchases that will do the job for many years and in some cases are items I will pass down to my children one day.
If you’ve never made homemade sauerkraut before and would love to get started you can listen to this podcast episode from a couple years ago titled: “How To Get Started With Fermenting Food” where guest Jenise Fryatt teaches how to simply make sauerkraut in a jar. Super easy and fun and really really healthy.
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