Get Your Spiralizer on With These Tools

Spiralized vegetables are all the rage now: They're Paleo, gluten-free, Whole30, low carb, and just plain healthy, fun, and delicious. Heard of zoodles? (Zucchini + Noodles) To help you choose the right gadget to add more vegetables and fruit into your life in spaghetti-like fashion, we compare the pros and cons of the latest tools on the market that make it all happen. The Good: This version is easy to use with a well thought-out design that's compact for a counter spiralizer. The sharp blades have their own separate safe compartment and when in use, create long, consistent noodles fast with minimal effort, working just as well with hard and soft vegetables. The Bad: It's not the easiest to clean, and at $39.95, it's one of the more expensive spiralizers.