Bulk choppers are designed to create small cubes out of onions, tomatoes, peppers and other small, not overly firm, vegetables. When selecting a chopper, a major decision you need to factor in is the size of the cuts and overall dimensions. The overall dimensions will tell you how much countertop space the unit will take up. All of the models come with rubber feet to prevent slippage. The chopper blade is actually a grid where the openings are the size of the intended pieces; size ranges from ¼” to 1.”
Since the blade segments are so small, they cannot be re-sharpened, so once they start to go dull, a replacement blade is required. You can tell when the blade is going dull by how it performs and the product it produces. If the chopping becomes overly difficult, or if the product comes through bruised or mushy-feeling, the blades are dulling down, and rather than slicing, they are smashing the product through.
Prepare all your vegetable and fruit ingredients at lightning speed with the help of a bulk chopper. This great piece of food prep equipment can slice, or chop practically any fruit or vegetable and will help you to reduce prep time and wasted ingredients. When you hand an unskilled worker a kitchen knife to prepare foods, he becomes a liability, use a bulk chopper to prevent injuries in the kitchen and other mishaps.