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This Is The Most Efficient Way To Clean Your Spiralizer

Anyone who uses a spiralizer knows that cleaning it is a chore and a half. Sure, you can throw it in the dishwasher, but that doesn’t always work to get out the tiny, tiny pieces stuck in the blade. Try scrubbing it with a sponge, and you get pieces of that stuck in the blade. […]
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