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- Strips kale, collard greens, chard, and herb leaves from stems in seconds
- Works well with woody herbs like oregano, rosemary, thyme, and taragon
- Easy handheld 'insert and pull' design, perfect for making kale chips and other healthy snacks in minutes
- Curved edge doubles as an herb and greens chopper for faster meal preparation
- Top rack dishwasher safe
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Championed by celebrities and chefs in recent times kale has become one of the most talked about vegetables around. Prepare this healthy veg quickly and easily with this handy kitchen tool from Chef'n. Designed with different sized holes this clever gadget can be used to strip leaves from a variety of leafy greens such as kale, chard and greens as well as herbs such as rosemary, oregano and thyme. Simple to use just insert stem and pull through the selected hole. Remove leaves from herbs and kale in seconds with the Chef'n Looseleaf Kate and Greens Stripper.
Quickly and easily strip leaves from kale, chard, greens, etc
Can also be used for woody herbs such as rosemary, thyme, oregano, etc
Simple to use just insert stem and pull through the selected hole
Measures 12cm wide, 6cm long, 4mm deep
Has holes of various sizes to fit a variety of spices, herbs, kale, Swiss chard and more
De-leaf in a flash with the Chef'n Kale, Chard, Collard Greens and Herb Stripper. Strip kale, collards, chard and herb leaves from stems in seconds with this beautifully simple kitchen tool. This leaf-shaped device works well with woody herbs like oregano, rosemary, thyme, tarragon and is perfect for making kale chips and other healthy snacks. The handheld design is easy to use; just insert the stem and pull through the hole. After use, pop this herb and greens stripper in the top rack of your dishwasher for a quick and hassle-free cleanup. Choose smart, easy-to-use kitchen utensils that are built on tasteful design, new technologies, and the trusted reputation of Chef'n.
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After putting the stem into the smallest hole it will fit, pull the stem through in a series of short tugs, not a single long pull. If you pull it through all at once the leaves seem to jam up and cause the stem to break off too soon. I like the stem really thoroughly stripped out and it will do that if you tug-stop, tug-stop, tug-stop. That lets the leaves release from the hole and lets more of the stem pass through the hole before it breaks off.
If your leaves are all the same size and flat, it is still faster to stack them and cut the stems out with a knife. But for different sized or curly greens, this little tool work well.
I hope this review helps!
Herbs like rosemary, thyme, and tarragon can be removed from their stems by pulling the ‘branch’ backwards between two fingers. This works, but it can take some time and so many leave stick to your fingers when you use this method. Other herbs like parsley can just be chopped off the stems, but it is hard to keep from getting any of the stem in the mix.
I found the Chef'n Zipstrip Herb Stripper on Amazon and was intrigued enough to order it. This gadget is supposed to easily strip the flavorful leaves from the herb stems, and also measure the herb in the little receptacle attached to it. Great idea!
Having now used it, I can say it is a pretty useful tool. I make an herbed tomato dish that has fresh parsley, oregano, thyme, and chives in it. Obviously, I didn’t need this gadget for the chives – I just took my herb mincer straight to them. But the rest of the herbs worked very well. Simply find the hole that best matches the thickness of your herb stem, and pull the stem through. It will strip the leaves as it pulls them through. If you are lucky, all of the leaves will fall into the attached bowl, but I recommend setting it on a cutting board or plate to catch the pieces that would otherwise fall on the counter.
The oregano worked extremely well, as did the parsley. I almost didn’t use it for the parsley, but tried it just to see and was amazed at how well it worked for the parsley. It pinched the leaves easily off the stems and for the first time I didn’t end up with lots of little parsley stems in the dish. Not a huge deal, but I’d rather have more leaves than stems. The thyme was a little trickier. Most of my thyme sprigs had pretty delicate stems that broke easily as I tried to pull them through the hole on the herb stripper. I ended up using my fingers for the thyme.
I’ve since made Bearnaise sauce with fresh tarragon and some roasted potatoes with fresh rosemary and found this tool works really well for both of those herbs.
The Chef'n Zipstrip Herb Stripper will be a staple in my kitchen’s arsenal from now on. I highly recommend it to anyone who cooks with fresh herbs, unless you have a sous chef to prep for you.