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    Garlic press

    I like to dabble in the kitchen and bought this recently

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pro-Garli...72.m2749.l2649

    Really impressed with its quality and by majic it leaves the skin of the clove in
    the press so you don't even have to peel them
    Dunk

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    I think i could be a wrong 'en as i still peel even with those devices but they are amazing either way.
    I couldnt upgrade my brakes, so I made my horn louder

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    had a few like that but this oxo one is the nuts
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/OXO-Good-...ee0adc2202e44c
    never under estimate stupid people in large numbers

    sorry i know i cant spell im distexic

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    Who peels garlic nowadays ? I mean really!!!!

    Put a couple of unpeeled cloves in a cup with a lid (those micro soup mugs are ideal) shake violently for few seconds, garlic cloves now peeled, no mess you get with trying manually peel them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesmark View Post
    Who peels garlic nowadays ? I mean really!!!!

    Put a couple of unpeeled cloves in a cup with a lid (those micro soup mugs are ideal) shake violently for few seconds, garlic cloves now peeled, no mess you get with trying manually peel them.
    No need to do that with this press, pop in the press squeeze job done
    Dunk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dnk View Post
    No need to do that with this press, pop in the press squeeze job done
    Had a few presses and never got to grips with them, Christ I even YouTubed it on off chance I was doing it wrong. But even finding out doing it right, I still had to press then scoop reminder out. Shacking them, for me gets the most out first time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dnk View Post
    No need to do that with this press, pop in the press squeeze job done
    Please tell me you realise that's what the little black tube thing is for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by samdale View Post
    Please tell me you realise that's what the little black tube thing is for?
    Yes i know that but as the seller says you can press the whole clove and the skin stays behind in the press
    i thought i'd see how well it did that, to my surprise all the skin stayed in the press and hardly any wasted garlic
    Dunk

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