What foods works best with spiralizing function ?
Any oblong, firm vegetable makes a great candidate for Spiralizing. Consider zucchini, yellow squash, potatoes, sweet potatoes, and parsnips. Other produce like beets, butternut squash, and apples can be pre-cut to fit through the Spiralizer Chute.

What should i do if the foods are too big to fit into the chute ?
Larger foods can be trimmed or cut into smaller pieces so they fit into the chute. Just keep in mind that the overall shape of the food you add to the machine might affect the outcome of your slicing, shredding, or spiralizing. The more uniform you can make the pieces of food before passing them through the chute, the better your results will be.

Food is getting stuck in between the disc and the blade when I slice and shred. How do I get them out?
Use a silicone spatula to gather and push remaining pieces of food through the chute and into your bowl.

Can I put the spiralizer in the dishwasher?
All of the pieces (except the Power Base) are top-rack dishwasher-safe.

What foods work best with the Slicing function?
For thin, uniform slices, the Slicing Function does an excellent job cutting zucchini, squash, onion, firm tomatoes, lemons, limes, block cheeses, and meats. It is also useful for coarsely chopping leafy greens like romaine, kale, and chard.

HOW DO YOU CLEAN THE SPIRALIZER?
It’s very easy to clean the spiralizer, if you have the right brush. If you can’t seem to get all of a vegetable out of the pointy blades or the plastic teeth, don’t despair. Purchase a rounded brush to use solely for cleaning your spiralizer. Scrape the blades and teeth with the rounded brush, while using soap and running water. This prevents cutting your hands or putting away a dirty spiralizer.