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KW wrote:


I've used my apple peeler (with the corer/slicer attachment removed)
when prepping for large quantities of potato salad in the past and it
does a pretty decent job. At the worst you are left with a few eyes
and a missed spot or 2 to remove, but the whole process is very fast
and easier on the hands than peeling by hand. I drop it in the
dishwasher to clean as well.

Mine is similar to this one (actually it is *exactly* like this, just
without the Pampered Chef moniker)

Works for me....YMMV


Well, I'll be darned. I have an apple peeler and it hadn't occurred to
me to use it! Thanks, KW.


Your welcome, I'm glad to be of assistance.....hope it works out for you!


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