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THIS IS TERRIBLE ANGRY BAYER!!!!!
By REDISH 34
About Me Casual Cook
Comments about Easy Press French Fry Cutter:
THE BEST USE -THROUGH IN GARBAGE......
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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I love it!
from Pontiac, IL
About Me Avid Cook
I don't think others are using this correctly. I have severe arthritis in my hands but I can use this quite well. You have to cut a small slice off the end of the potato (or other veg.) so it will stand up on the blades and it has to fit in the chamber. I cut my potatoes in several thick slices and then put them back in the cutter to make easy diced potatoes. Other veggies do the same trick. Or make short fries by cutting large potatoes in half.I love this product. I hope it lasts a long time.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Made it work, but with some creativity
from Houston, TX
I purchased this item from another company a little before I became WDrake's customer. But I think I can share my experience in case anyone here still has this gadget hanging around. On my first tryout, I used a real large Idaho potato, and although I followed all the instructions to the "t," there was no way to make the top of the gadget go down to make the slicing. My hubby couldn't do it either. I cleaned the gadget and wrapped it all up to return it, but time went by and I never did. So, I decided to give it another try before getting rid of it, and decided to try it using a small potato instead (like 2"x3"). I tried following the instructions as given, but still to no avail. Then, I made sure that I positioned the potato straight up and gave it a little help with my hand to engage it in the squared blades. I pushed it with the top once, but it didn't seem to do anything. So, I thought about using an old-fashion mortar and pestle (my never-fail manual food processor) and with gentle force so as not to mash the potato, I started pounding the potato down with the pestle (without the gadget's cover) until I got the potato almost level with the blades. Then at that point, I put the top part and gave it the last push with both my hands as they suggest in the instructions to do from the beginning, and Bingo! I had all the cut-up fries on my cutting board. I used the small deep fryer that I purchased from this store and they came out fantastic. But it took lot of steps to get to the final outcome. I have used it three times now in that fashion and it works for me. By the way, I have very weak hands. I just decided not go give up. My daughter who visits us loves french fries and it was the reason I purchased it. I would recommend this to anyone who is willing to follow my steps, if they like challenges.On another note, mine included some recipes and I noticed that in most of the recipes they say to cook the vegetables a little bit first. I haven't tried doing that, nor I intend to, now that I found my solution. (LOL)
not at all as described. can't get even a small potato through the cutters. waste of time and money. gave it one star only because something had to be clicked.
Hard Press French Fry Cutter
from Bronx, NY
Disappointing, if one intends too make long or many fries.
Not so easy
By Busy hands
from Valdosta, GA
Did all the instructions said to do--took all my strength and that of my husband. Unable to cut fires. My husband took it to his shop and used a press to cut the fries. If blade is indeed sharp it sure fooled me. May work on a softer vegetable like zucchini.