Zing Anything Citrus Zinger and Salad Zinger - Review

Disclosure: I received Zing Anything products at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
Kitchen products are always so much fun to try. In my quest to eat healthier, our fridge and pantry are loaded up with lots of natural foods. These products from Zing Anything are the perfect complement to a healthier lifestyle and I was excited to put them to the test.
I don't like drinking water because it's boring. Living in Texas, water is essential to surviving the summer time, so I usually just add a bit of lemon to my water. The Citrus Zinger has become my new warm-weather best friend. It's very easy to use and comes with just a few pieces...the water bottle, the lid, the citrus press, and the bottom cup.
With the lid on the bottle, I flipped the Citrus Zinger upside down, set the citrus press in, and rotated a half lemon to squeeze the juice into the bottle. It was much less messy than when I just squeeze a lemon into my water. The citrus press has holes in it that allow the juice through.
Then I added the bottom cup, opened the lid and added cold water. I shook it a few times, then checked to make sure it wasn't leaking out anywhere, which it wasn't. I can drink right out of the Citrus Zinger, leaving the lemon half in the bottom for extra flavor.
It is absolutely delicious and the Citrus Zinger worked perfectly for me. I can use lemons, limes, oranges, strawberries, or watermelon. I can also use vegetables like cucumbers and flavorings like vanilla or honey. The options are really endless.
I love seeing all the goodness that floats around in the water, but even more exciting to me was the fact that all the lemon seeds stayed in the bottom cup. I can't tell you how many lemon seeds I've swallowed in the past. The Citrus Zinger is totally portable and fits in my car cupholder. I love it!
The Salad Zinger was a bit more challenging for me because I've never made my own salad dressings. Sad, I know. But thankfully there are tons of recipes on the Zing Anything website and more are included with the products when you open the product packaging.
I didn't have all the ingredients for any of the suggested salad dressing recipes, so I decided to create my own delicious salad dressing. Don't ever say I'm not optimistic! I peeled a few lemon wedges and dropped them into the grinder cup, then added about 1/2 tsp of celery salt. Using the grinder blades, I twisted until they were chopped a bit. The cup can be filled with anything like fruits, spices, and herbs.
Then I replaced the cruet (the bottle) onto the grinder cup and removed the white top lid. I poured in 1/2 cup of extra virgin olive oil and 1/2 cup blood orange balsamic vinegar. I replaced the top lid and shook it up until everything was mixed really well. It's suggested that you steep the ingredients awhile, but I'm impatient.
I made myself a little salad plate of iceberg lettuce and sliced grape tomatoes and poured my new Citrus Celery Dressing on top. The white lid comes complete with an angled pour spout so it can be served right from the Salad Zinger and stored in the fridge until the next use.
The Salad Zinger also worked perfectly and my dressing came out amazingly delicious. I'm looking forward to trying out more recipes with my new Zing Anything kitchen toys (um, tools). They cleaned up quickly and easily in warm soapy water, but can also be washed top rack in the dishwasher.
Visit zinganything.com and check out all their recipes and even more neat kitchen stuff that will help you to spice up your food in a healthy, delicious way. You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter to be first to hear about new stuff!


  1. I have to check out that zinger for drinking water. Sometimes, it's hard to get clients and boot-campers to drink more water. Thanks for the review.

    1. Even several months later, this is our favorite lemon water bottle! My husband and I wrestle for it.

  2. Would you believe I have never made my own salad dressing? The Salad Zinger makes it look real easy. Thanks for the tip and review.

    1. It was my first time, other than those packets from the store. Now I make my own all the time!


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