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The Good: Potatoes, apples, beets, and zucchini turned into smooth, consistent, long noodles in this machine, which can even handle butternut squash. The three blades create ribbons, a ¼-inch noodle, and ⅛-inch noodle, like angel hair pasta. This gadget has been recommended by Bon Appétit, Food and Wine, House Beautiful, Oprah Magazine, Food Network, and Cook's Illustrated. It has four powerful suction-cup feet for stability while you're spiralizing — with tabs for easy release. It's the original design that's been on the U.S. market for more than 15 years. The Bad: Some say the plastic breaks and it’s hard to clean.

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