ORBLUE Stainless Steel Garlic Press, Mincer and Crusher with Garlic Peeler – Professional Grade, Dishwasher safe, Rusting-proof and Self Cleaning
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- The Orblue Stainless Steel Garlic Press is a food-grade garlic crusher and mincer that sports an ergonomic design for quick and powerful processing with minimal effort. FDA approved for food safety.
- Smooth lever mechanism and large press chamber EMPOWER the AVERAGE AMERICAN with minimal grip strength, lessening the food preparation time so that you can FOCUS on creating dishes on par with professional chefs.
- MULTI-USE garlic mincer enables you also to mince ginger, crush peanuts and chop nuts in a breeze. Thanks to its heavy-duty and oleophobic construction, you can easily mince both unpeeled garlic cloves and peeled ginger root easily
- MINIMAL WASTE design allows you to easily clean the garlic press by just rinsing it under running water or through the dishwasher. Once you press the handle, minced garlic comes out completely separated from the peel—leaving next to zero-waste
- Rusting and Corrosion proof. Also comes with a garlic peeler rocker giving you the option just to peel your garlic instead of mincing it—thus making this Garlic Press and Peeler the best value for the price!
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This precision hand press is perfect for crushing garlic and ginger.
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1. It features stainless-steel construction, and an extra-large press box that can accommodate several cloves.
2. The handles are engineered to provide maximum torque with minimal effort.
3. It won't rust, bend, break or weaken at the joints.
4. It's dishwasher safe and features a handy handle loop so you can hang it up for easy storage when you're done.
5. It's the perfect gift for chef's and 'foodies' who love to cook.
Weight: 9.3oz - Size: 7.7 x 2.7 x 1.3 inches.
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I have only used two others in my lifetime and never felt they were much easier than just chopping up the garlic myself. I decided it was time to try another garlic press and was between two - I chose this one mostly b/c of the little basket in the middle that is useful for rinsing it clean.
No longer am I peeling garlic first or chopping off the ends and standing at my cutting board chopping up garlic trying not to chop my fingers. Simply pull a clove off the head and put the entire clove (I have used very large cloves) and squeeze! It pops (kind of like a pimple sometimes - I know - eww gross) - so make sure it is aimed where you want it to go. A lot of the garlic is still on the bottom - I just take a knife or whatever utensil is nearby and scrape it off. Voila! Done!
For cleaning - I open it up and pull the paper covering out of the basket - sometimes it is very stuck on the bottom and you have to use a utensil for help - but I can't complain b/c it seriously got all of the garlic out! I have seen a little garlic come out of the sides but I just grab it with my finger and flick it in the pot. I have found rinsing to be sufficient - especially b/c I only use it for garlic so far. I clean it by hand with soap and water every few uses.
It is very comfortable in my hand - I am 5'4" and have some arthritis in my hands but I can do this just fine - sometimes it takes both hands.
This thing is one of my favorite kitchen utensils! Saves time and hassle. You should love this and can't go wrong with it.
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So what can be said about a garlic press? If it works it works right? Well this does work. I have had it for over a year with no problems. No sticking of the handles, no rust, easy to clean. I use it daily if not multiple times a day as I cook meals for two other households as well so honestly at times it gets used 15x a day when cooking up monthly meals.
Will anyone notice it no? Honestly you will use it and never give it another thought until your at someone's house and use their crappy one and think with your inside voice what a piece of crap your friend has and then hey this would be a good gift for Christmas for them (only if their serious about food)! Or you may have to fend off said friend when they use yours. Will you wax poetically about it? Probably not but if you do please send it to me! I can always use a good laugh.
I actually paid more this a year ago and would definitely buy it again! It is worth the money!
Tip: Easier to clean when the garlic poop (skin) is fresh. If you forget submerge for 30 seconds and it comes off easy.
This Saturday, we had our annual Firefighters' Appreciation BBQ. I cut crosshatching in a big loaf of sourdough bread, stuffed the cuts with cheese, and brushed the whole thing with a half-dozed large cloves of garlic, crushed and swimming in a stick of melted butter. The Firefighters loved it, although I heard one Battalion Chief mutter something about starting fires with his breath.
Using the accompanying accessory that removes skins is optional but I find it easy to use so I prefer to as it gunks up the press less, plus it's oddly satisfying to watch the clove come out bare with a quick roll. The press itself is able to hold 2-3 medium cloves at once and it doesn't take squeezing too hard to use though I usually two-hand it anyhow for dramatic effect. It does require running it along the rim of your bowl or using a knife as plenty of garlic will be on the press, but I've found this to be the case with other garlic presses I've used.
The most annoying part comes with cleaning. I recommend washing immediately after use as with even ten minutes of sitting the garlic will become harder and stickier. Even with washing right away, fibers become trapped in the thin openings of basket sides. If this could be a solid piece, it would make the press more pleasant to use.
I have attempted using this with ginger but found I just ended up with juice and a crushed pulp that didn't get pressed through. But hey, it's a garlic press, and it definitely does a great job performing its main function. It seems like it will hold up for quite a while!