Good Grips Salad Spinner (10-in.): Green by OXO
The problem is not washing salad greens, the difficulty lies in drying them. A wet spinach leaf, or a damp piece of Boston lettuce will turn limp in the bowl and dilute the dressing. Since oil and water do not mix, the oil will never cling to wet greens, instead it will pool in the bottom of the bow... See complete description »
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The problem is not washing salad greens, the difficulty lies in drying them. A wet spinach leaf, or a damp piece of Boston lettuce will turn limp in the bowl and dilute the dressing. Since oil and water do not mix, the oil will never cling to wet greens, instead it will pool in the bottom of the bowl, leaving your salad naked, rather than properly dressed. There are many ways to leave your greens high and dry and ready for dressing, but the most efficient technique is to use a salad spinner. The method works because of centrifugal force. As the basket spins the greens and the water are forced from the center to the sides, the greens are trapped against the grid, while the water flies out past the greens.
The gears on this salad spinner are well-integrated and there is a brake that brings the spinner to a quick halt (no need to wait until the basket stops spinning). It also has a non-skid base that keeps the basket from sliding around on your work surface. Specifically designed for comfort and function, the soft rounded pump fits in your palm and absorbs pressure while you work. The clear base is dishwasher safe and can double as a serving or storage bowl.
This little mean, green, spinning machine is just fabulous. As I am getting older, the wrist is just getting too tired to turn a crank, and this is a superb replacement for my old salad spinner. Great for herbs, too!
I looked at all the spinners out there & this one won out. Now that I've actually bought and used it, I can't imagine being without it. The heavy rubber base prevents the spinner from dancing all over the counter and the ease of use just completely won me over. It took the water right off my herbs and lettuce. It's a 10!
I love this salad spinner. It's larger than I had hoped it would be but it spins with such ease and does such a good job that it's okay that it's a bit to big.<br>
excellent tool for the serious cook<br>
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