Dual Chef Garlic Press and Silicon Peeler

I love the smell of garlic sauteing in a skillet with olive oil. The aroma automatically makes me hungry. Everyone has a different style of cooking however, I like my food fresh with vegetables and fresh herbs. But, in order to enjoy fresh herbs you have to get up close and personal with the garlic bulb. In result, you have fingers that reek of garlic for days. No one wants to smell like garlic, honestly. However, I have no plans of changing my diet. I prefer to change the way I prepare my food. Instead of imitating a top chef and chopping my garlic up with a knife. I prefer to do it the smart way, by using a garlic press. The whole technique is quite easy. Your first step would be to put a single clove of garlic in the Silicon Tube Peeler. Then roll the peeler with the palm of your hand. This tube peeler is simple to use and can ginger as well. After you have gotten rid of the garlic husk. Place the garlic in the presser. Close the garlic press and gently squeeze. Once you squeeze the press, you will see the garlic in minced form. This is a excellent way to benefit garlic without the lasting smell. Please watch the provided video, where I demonstrate how I make basic salmon with the garlic press as well as my lemon squeezer. It's a very simple salmon recipe so you should try it yourself. I hope you enjoy.

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  1. Nice garlic press! Most of the ones we've had don't seem to do that great of a job. #ProductReviewParty

  2. I love me some fresh garlic as well. This garlic press is great, the ones I've tried didn't work very well, so I end up buying the already minced garlic.