what’s the best efficient easiest way to rinse salad?

is it really a salad spinner? thanks for your opinions.
sorry, i meant salad greens..leafy greens. Thanks.

Chosen Answer:

yes use a salad spinner. you not only do you want your lettuce clean but you want it dried properly. I used to work in a kitchen store. the best one we sold was by OXO good grips. It has a pump on top and a brake. the botton has a non skid pad. I own one and love it. the big one sells for around , you can find it at target and at amazon.com

some models have a crank or a zip cord. Just be careful because you can send them flying if you don’t keep a hand in it.

4 thoughts on “what’s the best efficient easiest way to rinse salad?

  1. Yes, there are salad spinners – there are several. Some you hand crank, some you push a spring loaded plunger on top, even some electric ones.

  2. yes use a salad spinner. you not only do you want your lettuce clean but you want it dried properly. I used to work in a kitchen store. the best one we sold was by OXO good grips. It has a pump on top and a brake. the botton has a non skid pad. I own one and love it. the big one sells for around $30, you can find it at target and at amazon.com

    some models have a crank or a zip cord. Just be careful because you can send them flying if you don’t keep a hand in it.

  3. Salad spinners are awesome!!! I even store my cut up and clean greens in the fridge in the spinner. They stay fresher so much longer.

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