The Ultimate Garlic Peeler
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- Flexible, easy-to-roll rubber material
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The Ultimate Garlic Peeler truly works!!! Insert cloves into this rubber-like tube and roll, applying pressure with the hand. You can hear the skins pop right off. It's fast and easy, and your hands stay clean.
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You put your cloves of garlic inside, and then you roll it back and forth on the countertop or cutting board. I echo other reviewers when I say that you have to apply a moderate amount of pressure while you do this, so that the rubber can "grip" the peel on the garlic clove. You'll feel the peel give way as you do this, and lo- peeled garlic cloves! I find it's even easier if you've cut off the bottom of the clove (the root end, which I always cut off anyway). It's easy to use with multiple cloves, as long as they are of reasonably similar size.
Highly recommended for any cook who uses garlic regularly!!! This is much faster, neater, and easier than other methods (crushing w/ knife, shaking in mixing bowls, etc.) and doesn't require boiling or otherwise cooking the garlic.
The cloves I used were on the large size, so I'm not sure how smaller cloves would do, but so far this product works exactly the way they said it would.
In respect to my first review, my wife told me I was using it wrong. You don't have to cut off the ends at all...just put the unpeeled clove in and roll...now it's even easier, and works better besides. 10/5 stars.
We use a lot of garlic, and I used to dread prep; trying to get peels off garlic with a knife and my stumpy fingers took forever. I guess there are other methods out there, but the knife and this are the only ones I've used, and this is light years ahead of the former.
It doesn't quite remove the peel, but it cracks it cleanly and exposes the edge where even my clumsy hands can pull off the husk quickly. The best part is you don't have to cut the ends of the cloves. This is a big time saver.
Some people mentioned it's hard to clean, but I haven't had a problem. It's not fancy, but it's sturdy enough to perform its function well. I'm not sorry I bought it at all.