NBC station KFYR of Bismark, ND reviewed the Perfect Fries for their “Don’t Buy It Until You Try It” segment and gave it a “thumbs up!”
Souris River Brewing chef, Joseph Pease, uses a professional grade potato cutter at his restaurant and assisted KFYR with the review of the Natural Cut for Perfect Fries cutter. “Just put the potato in and push down” Pease notes, and use “a lot of force.”
“There was really no difference in appearance between the fries we made with the professional cutter and the fries we made with Perfect Fries” the review continues. “We just got done trying out Perfect Fries. And, we had good luck. We ended up with restaurant style fries within seconds. So, this week’s ‘Don’t Buy It, Until We Try It’ earns a thumbs up!”
Read the full Perfect Fries review from KFYR
YouTube reviewer, Riley, recently posted a review of Perfect Fries where he decided to consider some science behind the Perfect Fries cutter. He begins by trying the Natural Cut for Perfect Fries on a potato. He notes that the fries from the Perfect Fries are “nice and precise.” “Good looking fries” Riley says. He goes on try the Perfect Fries on a cucumber and was pleased with the results. “You don’t even have to fry them” he says. “Nice!”
Riley then considers some scientific principles behind the utilization of Natural Cut for Perfect Fries by attempting to test the amount of force used to cut different sized potatoes. After successfully using Perfect Fries on various sized potatoes Riley concludes that the amount of force one needs to apply depends on a number of factors including potato size, quality and the age of the potato.
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North Dakato’s NBC station (KMOT 10) recently reviewed Natural Cut for Perfect Fries for their “Don’t Buy It, Until We Try it” news segment.
They invited Souris River Brewing Chef Joseph Pease to help them review Perfect Fries. Pease began by stating that his day starts with lots of peeling, chopping and cutting. “We do about a case a day,” said Pease. “A case roughly runs about 45-50 pounds.” Pease also remarked that he was using a professional potato cutter but he wanted to put the Perfect Fries cutter to the test.
Pease immediately noticed how the Perfect Fries cutter looked “a little safer” to use then his professional cutter. After doing a litle assembly Pease discovered how he could “just put the potato in and push down” being sure to use some force. “It seems fairly simple” to use, said Pease.
Pease and KMOT concluded by giving the Perfect Fries a “thumbs up.”
Read the full Perfect Fries review from KMOT
9Malls uploaded his review and demonstration of the Perfect Fries. He started with unpacking it and reading through the instructions. Then he showed how it works when cutting large potatoes. Both of them were cut into fries. Two small potatoes were up next and those were cut as well, great for hash browns. Overall, the Perfect Fries cut all his potatoes well and he recommends it to anyone interested.
To see the full video review of Perfect Fries, head over to YouTube.
A review of Natural Cut for Perfect Fries was recently posted on Yahoo! Voices by Steve. Steve’s wife had gotten him Natural Cut for Perfect Fries as a present since they often enjoy cooking together. She thought the fry cutter would be a great way to save time and money, while also allowing them to enjoy some delicious fries. “It is a kitchen gadget I know I will get a lot of use out of and something I definitely would recommend,” Steve says.
To read the full review of Natural Cut for Perfect Fries, check out Yahoo! Voices.
Perfect Fries was recently featured on Does The Product Work. The reviewer loves that this product is far more compact than most fry cutters and that it can even be washed in the dishwasher. The reviewer also notes that Natural Cut for Perfect Fries can be used for a variety of vegetables so the recipe possibilities are endless! “For people who do not have the time, Perfect Fries claims to produce natural cut fries in seconds,” they said.
To read the full review of Perfect Fries, check out Does the Product Work.
A review of Natural Cut for Perfect Fries was recently featured on TV Stuff Reviews. The reviewer loved that Natural Cut for Perfect Fries allowed her to make healthier fries that were still delicious. She was also excited to try some of the other recipe suggestions included such as pickle fries. Overall, she said “It is easy to use and you will be able to cook mountain of fries in minutes.”
To read the full review of Natural Cut for Perfect Fries, check out TV Stuff Reviews.
Natural Cut for Perfect Fries was recently featured on As Seen On TV Sale. The blogger found Natural Cut for Perfect Fries to be an amazing product that would make life easier for anyone. The product makes it easy to make your favorite style of fry, whether they are potato, sweet potato, zucchini, or even apple fries! “You can wow your guests with your skills next time they are over for a party, and you won’t have to spend a lot of time in the kitchen too. […] Place, push and prepare seems to be the new mantra if you like your fries to be just perfect,” they said.
To read the full feature on Natural Cut for Perfect Fries review, visit As Seen on TV Sale.
Natural Cut for Perfect Fries can be used for much more than just plain old potato fries. You could make zucchini fries, sweet potato fries, chopped veggies, or even apple cinnamon fries! Apple Cinnamon Fries make for a simple and scrumptious dessert that everyone will love.
A review of Perfect Fries was recently featured on As Seen On TV Guys. The reviewer was excited to have a convenient way to make fantastic fries at home. He also goes on to discuss the various uses for the product such as making zucchini or eggplant fries or using it to chop veggies for a beautiful platter for parties. “This smart product is very easy to clean as it is dishwasher safe and thus very convenient for use. Place, push and prepare seems to be the new mantra if you like your fries to be just perfect,” he said.
To read the full review of Natural Cut for Perfect Fries, check out As Seen On TV Guys