Everything You Need To Know About Spiralizing

Everything you need to know about Spiralizing

A complete resource for how to spiralize.

Everything you need to know about Spiralizing

If you opened up an Inspiralizer this holiday season and are now wondering, “What next?”, we’ve got you covered! In this post, you’ll find everything you need to know about spiralizing, and easy access to all all of our helpful resources.

We are so excited for you to take this next step in your healthy cooking journey! Whether you’re a veteran to spiralizing or you haven’t spiralized a single vegetable, you’ll find something here. Most importantly, have fun!

Buy or Upgrade your Spiralizer

If you’re ready to start spiralizing and eating creatively, healthfully and deliciously, then it’s time to get a spiralizer. While there are many choices out there, the absolute best is the Inspiralizer, which is the official spiralizer of Inspiralized. It was personally created by ME, based on years of spiralizing experience. I created the best spiralizer and called it the Inspiralizer!

Learn more about the Inspiralizer here, and here’s a quick intro video:

Watch our video on how to Spiralize

Here’s a great quick video on how to spiralize to get you started:

Download Your Free Starter Guide

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Head to the Get Started Page

On the Get Started page, you’ll find the following:

  • What spiralizing is
  • What you can spiralize
  • What you can make with spiralized vegetables
  • How to spiralize, step-by-step

Literally, everything you need to know is on that page. If you’re on the List of Vegetables You Can Spiralize, you can actually click on the individual images/vegetables, which will bring you to a page that gives you more specific information about that vegetable.

For example, if you click on the “Beet” image, you’ll be brought to this page:

How to Spiralize

Spend time on this page — it’s meant to give you a crash course in spiralizing!

Start Cooking With Recipes

Then there’s the blog (that’s updated Sunday through Thursday) and the Recipes Archives. On this page, you can sort all Inspiralized recipes by the following categories:

  • By meal type (ie: breakfast, lunch, pasta)
  • By spiralized vegetable (ie: apple, beet)
  • By diet (ie: gluten-free, Paleo)

Download our mobile ios recipe app

We have our own Inspiralized Recipe App (iOS devices only)! Take our recipes with you anytime, anywhere with our App – all blog recipes are loaded on there instantly as they post! You can search by category, diet, spiralized vegetable type, and even saves your favorites and build shopping lists within the App. For more information, click here.

Binge our YouTube Channel

Inspiralized has its own YouTube channel! There are videos on how to spiralize the most popular veggies, such as Sweet Potato and Zucchini. There are full-length cooking videos, quick cooking videos, and videos with helpful spiralizing tips.

Subscribe to our YouTube channel here, but in the meantime, here is an example of a helpful spiralizing video:

Join our Facebook community!

Inspiralized has our own private Facebook community! This community is a place for everyone who loves everything Inspiralized to come together and share photos of your spiralized meals, troubleshoot cooking, and chat everything eating healthy! This community is moderated by us and we love to see what you’re making!

As a member of this (FREE!) community, you get perks like:

  • Early access to sales on the Inspiralizer
  • Advanced notice of exciting announcements
  • Beta testing new launches
  • Community-only giveaways of some of our favorite brands
  • And much more!

What are you waiting for? Join today!

Check out our cookbooks!

Inspiralized has THREE cookbooks!

Need help choosing which one is best for you? Check out this blog post: Which Inspiralized Cookbook is Best For You?

More Information About Spiralizing

From time to time, I like to share Tips & Tutorials based on questions I get from all of you. To find those posts, search the Spiralizing Tips & Info Archives. Here are some of the top posts in that list:

And that’s it! I hope you’re #inspiralized! If there’s something you were curious about that didn’t get answered here, please let me know and I’ll make a resource about it! Thank you for helping Inspiralized be the official resource for spiralizing!

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New to spiralizing? Grab your FREE eBook with our 20 Most Popular Blog Recipes!

Have a spiralizer and not sure where to start?How about making our fool-proof, most popularly made recipes from the blog? In this printable PDF eCookbook you’ll find photos and full recipes of our readers’ favorites to get you started!

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Ingredients⁣
2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil⁣
8-ounce package @lightlifefoods Original Tempeh, cubed⁣
¼ cup soy sauce, low sodium⁣
2 tablespoons maple syrup⁣
¼ teaspoon smoked paprika⁣
1 teaspoon liquid smoke⁣
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder⁣
2 garlic cloves, minced⁣
1-inch knob ginger, minced⁣
4 cups vegetable broth⁣
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1 tablespoon low-sodium soy sauce⁣
4 cups finely chopped kale⁣
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