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Chef'n GarlicZoom XL Rolling Garlic Chopper, Avacado

3.9 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews

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  • Enjoy fresh chopped garlic without mess or hassle, and get it in faster, easier, and larger quantities than ever before
  • A bigger version of original GarlicZoom, GarlicZoom XL Rolling Garlic Chopper has bigger wheels, bigger blades, and a bigger body
  • Simply place fresh garlic through the top of GarlicZoom and roll; it chops as it rolls
  • Cleanup is easy, since the chopper is top-rack dishwasher safe
  • This makes a great gift idea for any kitchen enthusiast
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Product Description

Think of the GarlicZoom XL as the monster truck version of the original garlicZoom. Bigger wheels, bigger blades and a bigger body allow the GarlicZoom XL to chop garlic faster, easier and in larger quantities than ever before. Simple place fresh garlic through the top of GarlicZoom, roll and voile! - fresh chopped garlic without mess or hassle. Top rack dishwasher safe.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 1.8 x 2.5 x 3 inches
Item Weight 4 ounces
Shipping Weight 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Chef'n
ASIN B002PEX600
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Item model number 102-128-002
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3.9 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #76,120 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
Date first available at Amazon.com May 5, 2003

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Minces garlic in seconds and your fingers don't get all garlicky. I love it. I had the regular size and by accident, I threw away the blade/chopper with the food scrap. So I decided to upgrade to the XL, and I like the XL better. With the regular, I had to cut a garlic clove in half for it to chop more easily and quickly (unless the clove was small, then I wouldn't have to halve it first). With the XL, I can put the whole clove in, even put 2 cloves (3 would be hard) and it chops easily. The XL also has more blades and thus chops faster than the regular. I've gotten used to cleaning it now. In the beginning, I did think it was a little annoying, though well worth the time saved by not mincing by hand. The XL is easier to clean because it's bigger. And now I am careful not to put the blades near my food scrap.
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Chef'n sent me this product to try for free through my blog (but that is in NO way skewing my review). I'm obsessed with this little guy now! Chef'n is all about making life easier in the kitchen and the GarlicZoom is definitely proof of this. I hate chopping garlic. A garlic press is great, but it's still annoying to use, the garlic never looks pretty chopped (and often looks more mushed). With the GarlicZoom, all you do is peel the garlic, put a few pieces in the zoom, and roll it back and forth as the blades chop it up.

I've never used the regular size and only have the XL and I recommend the XL because you can put a few pieces of garlic in it at a time, which makes it easier.

The only downside to the GarlicZoom is that it's not super easy to clean. But it's not any more difficult to clean than a garlic press, so I can't complain. Also, it's a small tool, but a little bulky, so it might not fit in your standard drawers.

But it's easy, productive, and fun!! If you have kids, they'll probably love zooming the GarlicZoom around to chop the garlic and help with dinner.
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By Sluh on August 2, 2010
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Great thing. I don't like to use garlic press cause it's make a real difference if garlic was pressed or minced by the knife. Minced one creates nice and tasty sparkles of garlic flavor through the meal while you're eating. Pressed just spreads the garlic taste evenly and weakens it so.
Go for XL, it's more convenient.
Piece of advice. When you just loaded it don't try to force knives through the big pieces of garlic, just rock it back and forth until it makes the first cut. Only then go wild with rolling until the desired mincing is achieved.
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Trust me...this is by far the BEST garlic mincer. I hate the "press" type mincer, as it sort of pulverizes & clumps my garlic. I've also heard that when you smash the garlic, it's flavor & everything is changed. All you do is lift the little plastic "hood" and put in a couple of cloves. I have a chopping block & if I put in a couple of cloves at a time, I just start rolling slowly front to back until it gets going. Before I open the "hood", I slap it on my hand or a dish towel to move all the minced garlic off the sides & blades onto the "hood". It makes it very easy. As far as cleaning goes...for me it's a breeze! There is an option to open it up & remove the blades, etc...I don't do any of that! I simply open the "hood" again (where I put the garlic in), I put 1 drop of dish soap & then let warm soapy water clean it.

I found this one at Target, but I'm having a hard time finding any more for gifts. I've given 2 of these as gifts. This is one of those gifts where it's not too exciting when they receive it. But they will call you RAVING after they have used it. The 2 people I have given it too, keep commenting on how much they love it and where they can get more, so they can give it as a gift.

If you use garlic and are currently using a "press" type mincer, you will LOVE this! Trust me!
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I bought this in August 2010, and found that although I normally hate things that take up counter space, there was space for it at the back of the counter behind my cookbook holder. I do a lot of cooking and use a lot of garlic, so it was used probably 2 or 3 times a week, at least. After about 20 months of fairly frequent use, one of the molded plastic pins holding the cover in place has broken - no way to repair it.

I liked being able to chop garlic in it and leave the whole thing sitting by the stove until I'm ready to add my garlic, leaving my cutting board free for other things. Some of the garlic always gets stuck in the bottom, so I had to open it, take it apart, and scrape out the last bits with a measuring spoon or kitchen knife. The blades are very very sharp, and required care when doing this or washing the dishes - not something I would use if children were helping me cook and clean up. But as I said, it was a useful little gadget.

So I replaced it. When the new chopper came, I noted they changed the color. The 'avocado' is no longer the yellowish green pictured, but a dark avocado green, and the whole chopper looks just slightly different, as if the manufacturer had changed. Not that this matters, if only the new ones worked as well. I put in two garlic cloves, cutting them in large chunks first. Some of the pieces jammed the blades - it just couldn't handle them. When I fished my old garlic chopper out of the trash and tried putting the old blades in the new chopper, they worked fine. So I threw out the new blades, put the old blades in my new old garlic chopper, and am using them instead. But if this one breaks, I'm probably not replacing it. Either they're no longer sharpening the blades enough, or I just got a bad one.
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