The Nut Chopper by Harold Import Company
Nut Chopper Glass by Harold Import
makes chopping nuts easy. The plastic upper container, stainless steel blades and glass jar not only make it easy to chop the nuts but also store
them. The handle on the side is turned while the blades inside chop the nuts to your desired size. Included is a plastic lid to ensure your nuts do not come out while chopping. Chopping nuts is usually combined with hassle and a lot of work. Using this Nut Chopper, you will save both time and nerves. The Nut Chopper features a glass container in which the chopped nuts will pop in making no mess on the countertop!
This wonderfully designed Nut Chopper features stainless steel blades and a glass bowl which you can also use to storage chopped nuts.
About Harold Import
HAROLD IMPORT COMPANY LINE INCLUDES UP-TO-THE-MINUTE TRENDS, TIME-TESTED CLASSICS AND LOTS OF GREAT STANDARDS IN BETWEEN. WE HAVE WINE, CHEESE, HORS D’OEURVE AND BAR OFFERINGS, A SMOKIN’ BARBECUE LINE, A PORCELAIN TABLETOP COLLECTION, CHEF’S GADGETS GALORE, A SWEET LINE OF BAKING TOOLS, PARTY FARE, GIFTWARE, AN IMMENSE TEA AND COFFEE COLLECTION, A HUGE ARRAY OF COOKBOOKS AND SO MUCH MORE!
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I love my Nut Chopper Glass~~~Family members who have seen me use it think it is the most perfect container for keeping nuts in. I just unscrewed the top and poured the amount I needed and replaced the lid and store it in the freezer. If you have a catalog, please put me on your mailing list. Thank You, Carol Jean
So far I have only used this with walnuts. I would say they end up a combination of coarsely ground and finely chopped. It isn't perfect, but for the price it sure beats chopping with a knife.