Salads, arguably a healthier alternative to a fried egg between two Pop-Tarts, can be pretty cumbersome to make. You have to individually wash every component of the dish, cut them up, and toss them together before you can throughly enjoy your greens.
A revolutionary new item on Kickstarter discovered a way to make an entire salad in about a minute. The 60 Second Salad Maker is a kitchen gadget that lets you wash, drain, slice, and toss your salad all at once.
Made with BPA-free cutting board material, the salad maker is specially designed with slits you can run a knife through to dice you veggies up. You can then rotate the chamber and continue dicing. Once all your greens and veggies are cut up, give it a shake and serve your salad.
The campaign was met with overwhelming response, garnering more than $170,000 in funding of a simple $5,000 goal at the time of this article’s publication. To get one of the salad makers a $14 minimum pledge is required.
We’d definitely eat more salads if we had one of these. And maybe cut back on the Pop-Tart egg sandwiches a bit, too.