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No-Cry Chopping

Brieftons QuickPull Food Chopper

Brieftons QuickPull Food Chopper


I’m no fan of chopping onions, but I like to use them in most of my meals.  They add such great flavor.  I don’t use those no-cry ones, though.  No sir!  I want a good full-flavor onion, so I spend my time chopping and crying.  But, no more!

With the Brieftons QuickPull Food Chopper, crying while I chop my onions is no longer going to happen.  The chopper is simple to use.  Prepare your onion and cut it into quarters.  Use the chopping blade, add the onions, secure the top, and pull the pull-string.


Brieftons QuickPull Food Chopper      Brieftons QuickPull Food Chopping

Chopping is THAT easy!


Brieftons has made it easy to chop up whatever you’re in the mood to chop.  BUT, that’s not all!  It comes with a blade for mixing and whipping as well.  

Whether your chopping up some veggies for a homemade salsa, whipping up a little whipped cream, or mixing up some pesto, the Brieftons chopper is the gadget for your kitchen.  It’s easy to clean and your hands are never at risk for injury.  

Just a word of caution…Don’t over load your chopper.  One of two things may happen.  One is that your chopping blade may not be able to move.  The other is that your pull string gets stuck in the pulled position.  Not to fear, though.

You can turn the top of the chopper to retract the pull string back inside or by using little, quick pulls, the string will retract on its own.

I am so glad to have this Brieftons QuickPull Food Chopper in my kitchen, because it will be getting tons of use.




I’m a product review blogger and I received this product in exchange for an honest review.  This post contains affiliate links.


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