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Joseph Joseph Rocker Garlic Crusher,Press and Mincer Stainless Steel


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Stainless Steel
  • Cleverly designed multi-function garlic tool for crushing and mincing
  • Simply place on top of garlic clove and rock back and forth
  • Scoop out crushed garlic for use in your recipes
  • Stainless Steel material eliminates garlic odor from hands
  • Dishwasher safe
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Product Details

Color: Stainless Steel
  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 1 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003Y3AZSM
  • Item model number: GARL0100CB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (482 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,578 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Stainless Steel

Joseph Joseph
Joseph Joseph

Rocker by Joseph Joseph

Garlic Crusher

By using downward pressure and a ‘rocking’ motion, this stylish tool breaks up garlic cloves quickly and easily, forcing the pieces up through the mesh of holes in its base.

Joseph Joseph

The crushed pieces are then held in the curved design, allowing them to be spooned or scraped conveniently into a pan or bowl.

Additional cloves can also be crushed at this stage before emptying.

Rocker is easy to clean under running water but is also dishwasher safe.

As it is made from brushed, 18/8 stainless steel, the unit can be rinsed under running water, after use, and used to gently rub the hands and fingers to reduce any garlic odor (stainless steel is thought to remove the strong odors left from handling garlic).

Joseph Joseph
Joseph Joseph
Joseph Joseph
Joseph Joseph
Joseph Joseph

Twin brothers Richard and Antony Joseph founded Joseph Joseph in 2003, combining their respective experience in product design and business – Antony studied design at Central St Martins whilst Richard studied business at Cambridge University.

Specialising in contemporary kitchenware, Joseph Joseph is now internationally recognised for producing some of the most stylish and technically innovative products available, and has become one of the fastest growing companies in the worldwide homewares market.

Their unique ability to match form and function has earned them global recognition for their multi-award-winning designs.


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Customer Reviews

Simple to use, easy to clean, does its job great.
Dioni
I liked it better for this use than my garlic press which pulverizes the garlic, and it was much faster than mincing with a knife.
D. Booth
It crushes the garlic in to nice little pieces and crushes it all.
Rick

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

130 of 133 people found the following review helpful By tara i. on April 7, 2011
Color Name: Stainless Steel Verified Purchase
I really wanted to try this garlic crusher after seeing it on the website. Wicked cool design, really sleek looking.
A little more difficult to use than I had anticipated. Sometimes the garlic squeaks out from under it. It doesn't mince the pieces as small as I would like, more like tiny little tubes of garlic, similar to uncooked acini de pepe pasta. I prefer that minced garlic be much smaller. As well, you have to scrape the garlic out of the little bowl after it is pressed, and a good bit of the garlic gets stuck in the holes.
It is a beautiful piece, but it doesn't function quite as well as I had hoped. I still think I prefer the end results from my old Ikea garlic press over this one.
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62 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Bill Shell Wolfe on January 20, 2012
Color Name: Stainless Steel
I recently received the Joseph Jospeph rocking press as a gift
(actually the green plastic version but with same metal pressing component)
[...]

and comparing it to the Pampered Chef garlic press I've had for 10+ years.
[...]

Comparing the two styles:
Ease of use. Spooning garlic is easier than scooping, however I have to peel garlic first for rocker. The press can do it with the skin on!
Comfort: Rocking the garlic is easier on hands than squeezing, though since I have weak hands, I lean over it and use shoulder strength to push down. I am tall and can do this.
Cleaning: Though the PC came with an attachable cleaning tool, it's long gone. They both need a dish brush to clean (force garlic through) the presser holes but the rocker holes are larger so easier/faster to clean.
Garlic output: The PC press has thinner metal and smaller holes than the rocker which means way more garlic gets stuck in the holes of the rocker and there is more waste. I have to use twice as much garlic in rocker far same output as the PC.
Durabilty: 10+ years speaks for itself. I haven't had my new gadget that long though it takes up less space in my drawer.
Other: My press also does ginger. The rocker can't.
End Result: I get crushed garlic with both but larger pieces from the rocker. Not a benefit; just fact. They both get the job done. PC gets 5 stars (longevity on its side) and JJ gets 4.
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45 of 51 people found the following review helpful By C. Walters on April 15, 2011
Color Name: Stainless Steel Verified Purchase
This garlic mincer is absolutely beautiful and is a pleasure to use! It's much quicker than a conventional knife and my fingers don't get all stinky like they do when I slice it up. It's also much easier to clean than any other garlic mincer I've ever had because it doesn't have hinges to get filled up with garlic mush/juice. I was hesitant to buy it after reading some of the other reviews that said it was hard to clean and didn't get the garlic small enough, but I haven't been bothered by these problems at all. If I rock the mincer back and forth over a clove and it doesn't mince small enough I just rotate the mincer and crush it again a few times until it's a good size. I have noticed that the garlic will stick in the holes a little bit while it's being used, but I usually just run my fingers over it and most of the garlic falls out of the holes. If absolutely necessary you could definitely grab a little metal skewer or even a toothpick and use it to quickly push the rest out. When cleaning, a hard stream of water from the faucet knocks any remnants right out. I love this thing and it was absolutely worth the price. I might even buy one for each of my sisters that cook often like I do.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Love to buy online! on February 6, 2011
Color Name: Stainless Steel
I bought this elsewhere (and paid slightly more), but I love this! Very simple design. It's fast, easy, and far easier to clean than any other garlic crusher or mincer I've used. Love it.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Clare Marshall on June 12, 2013
Color Name: Eggplant Verified Purchase
Pros:
-It's adorable
-It's easy to clean

Cons:
-Wastes too much of your garlic. If you were crushing 1 clove, you get about half of the clove only. The rest is stuck in the grating. IF I were crushing 5+ cloves at a time, this could be considered easy to use. You would end up getting about 4.5 cloves out of 5.
- The juice is smooshed everywhere. You lose all that flavor that is now seeped into your cutting board.
- You have to really push hard. My mother or grandmother would not be able to use this. Yes, you can put your whole shoulder into it... but should you have to? For garlic?
- Because the juice is smooshed everywhere, you leave a sticky, garlic mess on all surfaces it touches.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By David C. Stokes on May 29, 2012
Color Name: Eggplant Verified Purchase
Using the rocker as described in the instructions, I produced neat little balls of garlic that I spooned into my pan, but over half the garlic clove was stuck to the bottom of the rocker. I suppose I could have peeled it off and started rocking again, but I don't see why I should have to.

A garlic press is faster and leaves far less waste, as does a garlic mandolin. I also have a device called a garlic genius that produces perfect tiny cubes of garlic.* I'd recommend any of these devices over the rocker. Then there's a sharp knife, which is almost as fast as these devices and a lot less wasteful.

So even if it worked perfectly, you don't need the rocker, and since it doesn't work all that well, I suggest not buying a garlic rocker.

*Note: This is NOT the device currently sold as the Garlic Genius.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Gina on September 11, 2012
Color Name: Stainless Steel
1) Efficient. I can mince 4-5 cloves in one pressing and have instant minced garlic. Minced garlic holds in the scoop design until you use your finger or spoon to swipe it out. (2) Easy to use. Just press down on clove and rock at end to get every little bit. No tiny cups or dangling press parts. (3) Easy to clean. You can see by the design that it's easy to get to the holes to rinse and no little scoops or parts to worry about. (4) Very sturdy. I've used mine almost every day for two years. Hasn't bent, warped or rusted. I'm rough on this tool and will push multiple cloves through very assertively -- no garlic left behind! (5) Some say the mince size is a little bit larger, but I love my garlic. Also, I find the old-fashioned garlic presses just squeeze my garlic and leave behind lots of garlic fiber inside the cup. This is a waste and a pain to clean out. Love this design!
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