Rather than dicing vegetables by hand, bulk dicers speed up the process by three or four times. Depending on your specific needs, you can get a dicer that is wall-mounted, countertop mounted or one that just sits on the counter or tabletop. Take into consideration the space available in your food prep area when selecting a bulk dicer. Those that are designed to simply sit on the countertop can be easily stored on an undershelf when not in use. Units that are countertop- or wall-mounted tend to remain there permanently. Also, you will want to consider the size of the cuts. ¼” to ½” are available for differing needs. Be sure that you clean the dicer after each use. Many fruits and vegetables are highly acidic and can corrode tools even if they have protective coatings. Also, a health inspector will surely notice a kitchen implement that is not clean.