Ditch your dull kitchen knives for this $20 produce chopper

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Chances are, these days, you’re cooking your meals at home much more frequently. Whether you love your time whipping up new dishes or you dread having to look up a recipe, having the right tools to get food on the table is crucial for any cook.

If you aren’t in the market to upgrade your chef knives — but really should — you may want to consider a great produce chopper instead. Not only are choppers easy to use, but they can tackle multiple tasks in the kitchen.

The Nutri Chopper Kitchen Slicer & Chopper is a seven-piece product that, according to its description, gives you “10x quicker cutting abilities than a knife.”

Shop: Nutri Chopper Kitchen Slicer & Chopper, $19.99

Credit: Bed Bath & Beyond

This ergonomic chopper has interchangeable stainless steel blades that allow you to customize the chopper to handle practically any job that you come across. It can work as an onion chopper, vegetable slicer, fruit cutter, cheese chopper and mandolin slicer — plus it comes with a storage lid.

Dishwasher-safe and BPA-free, we’d use this chopper when making a fruit salad or veggie chili that requires a lot of chopping to be done.

One pleased reviewer shared: “I got this chopper to minimize cook prep time and it’s really helped me. It’s simple and easy to use. Easy to clean. And is very handy.”

Users also shared that the chopper works best on softer fruits and veggies, so if you’re chopping up thicker produce, be sure not to overload it with too much food.

You can currently find the Nutri Chopper on Bed Bath & Beyond’s website for $19.99, but if you’re looking for an electric chopper with a little more power, the retailer also has great options from brands like Cuisinart and KitchenAid.

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