KOMO-TV (ABC) Seattle, WA has featured Aero Knife in its’ “Does it Work?” segment. Aero Knife was given a positive review.The consumer reporter, found that Aero Knife performed well against the other knives in her kitchen. Aero Knife cut thin tomato slices and the slicing was smoother and faster. She found it to be a nice option for a general purpose knife. Watch the whole knife review on their website here.
The fall ends up being many peoples favorite season because well, it’s so comforting! You get to start bundling up, drinking warm apple cider by a fire! The colors outside are all comforting and it’s utterly beautiful. To fully immerse into the the fall routines of comfort and relaxation, you need a warm, delicious fall meal. What’s more fall-ish than soup and stews!? This Vermont Cheddar Soup may originally scare you as there is a lot of chopping, dicing, and shredding in prepping the ingredients. But with the Aero Knife, all those worries can fly away because all the prep is made easy with this amazing knife. Make this gourmet soup and be proud of the final result!
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WVEC had a ordinary mom, who normally cuts with expensive knives, test the the Aero Knife! She tested it by cutting tomatoes. She notes that with a normal knife, it will often crush the tomatoes and juice them, and they’ll stick. She was pleasantly surprised that the Aero Knife cut cleanly, without squishing it at all! In fact, at the end of her chopping and slicing, she states that she likes the Aero Knife better than her other knives. There’s a video to show her product test review. She says the lightness of the knife took a little to get used to, but once she did, it was much easier to use than her high-priced knives. So are our claims true? She thought it did exactly that and more! Try yours out today.
You may be thinking that your lunch every day at work is bland and boring. Or maybe you’re tired of spending money every day to go out a pick something up! That adds up to a lot of money by the end of the year! We have a solution. Make delicious (and healthier) lunches at home and will excite your taste palette! Here’s a lunch recipe that is under 400 calories and far from ordinary! Whole wheat tortilla wrap with tuna-cabbage salad plus cherry tomatoes! Yum! And it’s even faster to make with the Aero Knife, which cuts down your cooking prep time significantly!
One 5-ounce can tuna, drained
2 cups finely chopped cabbage
1/4 cup minced chives
1 tablespoon mayonnaise
3 tablespoons yogurt
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
Shred the tuna with a fork and stir in the rest of the ingredients. Taste and add salt and pepper to taste. Eat immediately or else refrigerate for up to two days.