The Nicer Dicer: Does It Work? - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/8/06

The Nicer Dicer: Does It Work?

Put away your knife! We're testing the Nicer Dicer. You get two containers and two different sized dicer blades that are inset a lever. This product claims to make dicing a snap. The product will cost you 40 bucks, but Does It Work?

Before cutting, you fasten a cup on the lever so it can catch the cut food. With the larger dicer in place, we cut a peeled potato for french fries and it was a snap! Next we tried a zucchini. I was able to cut the zucchini into sticks. The neat thing I found was that the diced food stayed in the cup so you can keep dicing and when it's full, you just empty it out!

I found it easy to change out the dicer lever. You just slide it off it's pivot point and slide another one on.

Before dicing the onions, I cut it into sections first. I did that so it would be easier to work with. The smaller dicer was harder. Eventually, though, I figured it out. I needed to give it a little more "umph!" The onions were diced perfectly.

I changed the dicer lever back to the bigger sized one so I could cube cheese. The blades just glided through and in less than a minute, we had cubed cheese.

The red pepper was no challenge for the Nicer Dicer either. We diced those into small piece just fine. But the challenge was a tomato. I cut it in half and the blades were able to but the tomato without any difficulty.

I was impressed with this gadget. It takes practice to get used to, but I believe the Nicer Dicer lives up to its claim. It works!

To purchase the Nicer Dicer for yourself (click here).

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