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Showing julliane veggies adds $20 to each order!!

its_me_susan

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I have just started to do this when my hosts want a quick meal in the baker, with amazing results! I ask the host to buy a zucchini (which I let gusts test the knives on too), yellow squash and whole carrots. I "pretended" they were all arriving from a soccer practice when they arrived, showed them the rinse/drizzle oil/use any PC spice of their choice (play "sniff, sniff, pass" game ~ thank you Julianne for this! My consumable sales have increased since bringing spices and letting them smell! ~) tell them ours are dehydrated for more flavor and less additives). Show how quickly you can have fancy restaurant-style veggies for a family in minutes (let them try it, they are amazed by this tool). I cook in the skillet or grill pan and they are amazed that I didn't add anything else to the veggies! Everyone at my show added the oil and the jullienne peeler to tyheir order. Now I can call them every 90 days to see if they want to reorder - they know i use the oil for everything (my salmon, chickens, dip bread, etc)!

Just wanted to share before I forgot.
Susan :)
 

ChefBeckyD

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That sounds great - but which oil did you use? And could you share a little bit more about the "sniff sniff pass" - I've never heard of that.:confused: but it sounds like I need to do this for my Real Food Real Fast Shows!!!
 

Carissidy

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I agree I too would like to know more about the "sniff, sniff, pass" game.... Sounds like a great idea and I am always up for new ideas! TIA
 

PamperedK

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Can you believe that I've never used my Julienne peeler before now? I read this thread and ran to the kitchen to try it - it's awesome!! I'm definitely showing it at my show tonight.
 

its_me_susan

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ChefBeckyD said:
That sounds great - but which oil did you use? And could you share a little bit more about the "sniff sniff pass" - I've never heard of that.:confused: but it sounds like I need to do this for my Real Food Real Fast Shows!!!

I use the canola basil oil - yum. EVERYTHING tastes great sauted in that stuff.

All the sniff, sniff, pass game is is passing the spices around for them to smell and pass. But it gives you an opportunity to say they are dehydrated not freeze dried, and to experience their wonderful aromas. Many don't even know we have them. The rubs couldn't be easier - drizzle or spray oil oil & sprinkle well. tada, easy and delicious.
 

tlennhoff

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GourmetGirl

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Which oil do you use? I actually haven't tried any of PC's oils, as I don't really use oil a lot, but after this I may have to!
 
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