After reading tons of reviews about this product – the spiralizer – I decided to get one for myself. While there is currently no danger of me going on a raw food diet – this Nigerian still likes her cooked meats – between my daughter and I, we put away quite a lot of veggies so adding this handy device to my collection was a no-brainer. 

So far, I have to admit that I have not used it as much as I could have, but at the times that I did, I was able to come up with a salad in minutes. It is easy to clean and not as easy to cut oneself on as the mandolin (I have one nasty experience with a mandolin under my belt).

All in all, I love the spiralizer because of all the potential it holds. Veggies as quick meals. Easy to clean. Does not require electricity – an important feature in Nigeria. Go here for a short video showing the spiralizer helping to make healthy meals and here for even more recipes. 

For those that are looking to purchase it locally. I bought this abroad and not in Nigeria,  I do not know where to buy it from here. If you do, please share!

Thinking about making this (Things I am loving this month) a feature every month. What do you think?



I love my Spiralizer, I got it in the summer and i make “zoodles” zucchini pasta with it. I also used it for many veggies like carrots, sweet potato, onion.. such a fun device to own in any kitchen. there is a more portable one that looks like a vegetable peeler, i might try that next.


hey dear, school jim very tight here but i will try to be more visible…great job on the blog, more frequent…it is remaining DBK. Meanwhile where is the DBK post u promised us biko?


thanks to your review, I am rocking my spiralizer! its fun and its simple and easy to use. and its quick! important for one busy mom. and bonus bonus – my daughter gets to eat her veggies cos of the fun shapes. Thank you!


why dont u add the spiralizer to ur stock, i’ll love to have one or better still let me know the price so i can give u money to get one for me


Hi, Thank you so much for all the precious information!!
I looked everywhere and found it on Jumia or Konga.
These 2 sites often have very random stuff, I advise any buyer to open their parcel BEFORE paying.
Jumia let’s independent Merchants use their platforms to sell their goods, so please always check.
I ordered a Hyundai generator, i think it was a 5,5KvA although I received it, I only started using it 4 weeks later, it was faulty and I just wished I had installed and tried it within 2 days. So don’t procrastinate… but for a Vegetti Spiral Vegetable slicer which should cost you less than 2000 naira… it won’t be a great loss if you don’t check it out before paying for it.

Great blog! and products, please keep sharing.


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