Stacy Tilton Reviews: Farberware Rice-n-Slice Vegetable Ricer

Thursday, August 2

Farberware Rice-n-Slice Vegetable Ricer


With the Farberware Rice-n-Slice you now have the ability to make cauliflower rice (or other vegetable rice) in the convenience of your own home. No more running to the store to get pre-made frozen cauliflower rice for pizza crusts, fried rice or any other recipe that requires traditional rice. I mention cauliflower rice since it seems to be so popular right now with many on Keto diets. Included with the 7.5-cup size bowl is a dual ended stainless steel chopping blade, which is perfect for ricing cooked vegetables. You can rice cauliflower, broccoli, squash, potatoes, turnips and more. With the one-handed pump mechanism, the Farberware Rice-n-Slice is easy to use and requires less strength then a traditional ricer. Simply push the pump up/down repeatedly, engaging the blade to spin; continue until the food is chopped into rice-sized pieces. The non-slip base will suction to smooth surfaces so the unit won't slip around on you either. For best results and to lengthen the life of your Farberware Rice-n-Slice it's recommended to only hand wash your unit and allow it to air dry.

Honestly it's as easy as it sounds. And just think of how much money you'll be saving using you're own fresh vegetables if you have your own garden! Rice up your fresh veggies then vacuum bag them and freeze them yourself for quick and easy use later on.

Buy it: You can purchase the Farberware Rice-n-Slice on Amazon.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of the above mentioned brand. I may have received monetary compensation and/or product in exchange for my honest and unbiased thoughts. However, all thoughts and opinions stated are my own and are in no way influenced by my partnership with mentioned brands.

2 comments:

  1. How much does it cost? Will you share your own opinion? Unfortunately, I don;t have my own garden, but I suppose I need this magic device!

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    1. I buy many fresh veggies at the local farmer's market, or the grocery store and use them. I like being able to rice them at home. it's worked great for me. Visit the link in my post for current pricing.

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