Vegetable “noodles” aren’t going away, but tabletop spiralizers are bulky. Are smaller, handheld versions up to the task?
What We Learned
Handheld spiralizers promise to cut ribbons and noodles from a variety of produce without taking up as much room as tabletop models. They’re simple tools that operate like pepper mills or pencil sharpeners: Holding the canister-like base with one hand, you use your other hand (or a pronged holder) to twist a piece of produce over a series of blades set into the spiralizer’s top, and...