Jamie Oliver Flavour Shaker, Grey
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- Unique alternative to mortar and pestle, designed by Jamie Oliver--great for making marinades, dressings and rubs
- Crushes, grinds, mixes and releases flavor from whole spices, herbs, garlic, nuts and more
- Ceramic ball spins around while shaken, bruising and bashing ingredientes to release and amplify flavors
- Ergonomic body in tinted gray with black rubber soft grip; includes silicone spoon
- Top rack dishwasher safe
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Peppercorns or coriander: I wanted to get coarsely cracked corns. What I find is a mix of pulverized corns and uncracked corns. I suppose that they average to coarsely cracked, but averaging is not what I had in mind.
Garlic or fresh herbs (such as rosemary): bruised rosemary would be fine; unblemished rosemary after 3 minutes of shaking is not. Garlic does not turn to a paste (as desired), but emerges slightly bruised. A chef's knife would have done that better and faster.
Star anise and cumin seed: apparently the equivalent of kryptonite for the shaker.
Fennel seed: finely ground power. This one worked!
Juniper berries: somewhat mashed; not as efficient as the side of a cleaver, however.
All in all, the hype and the reality did not match. The principle sounds fine; I wish reality kept up with thoery. If you listen to music while you cook, it does give a good back beat, so all is not lost.
I keep the Flavour Shaker handy but find I often do not reach for it because of the complications in using it. Still I hope I will find a perfect use for it. If not, it will go to Good Will. Soon.
The second worked for about ten uses then it too cracked. I wrote the company this time no reply.
Don't waste your money until they can improve the design.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Before this piece of crap was available on Amazon I bought it direct from his UK web site after being convinced by him it was a quality product. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Fradin
I saw Jamie Oliver using one of these on a cooking show and thought I would give it a try. It is made of a hard plastic and screws open into 2 pieces. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Sean Keefer
It broke at the seam because f the weak plastic at the rim, bad designPublished 19 months ago by Sylvie
It is great for make salad dressing, the results are marvelous.Published 19 months ago by Luisa Senior
This is a great product! I am on my second one...when I broke my first I immediately replaced it. I use it for simple sauces for vegetables as well as small batches of pesto! Read morePublished on April 3, 2014 by Kes
Loved this at first but like most kitchen gadgets, it has fallen by the wayside. Went back to using my mortar and pestal because it is faster.Published on March 6, 2014 by Garrett G.
Awesome product!! I have been looking around for a while now!! So glad that I found it! Never have to look again now that I bought 2!Published on March 3, 2014 by jennifer simons