Garlic Press

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I have acquired many useful and useless kitchen-related items since discovering my interest in (and borderline addiction to) kitchen gadgets and cooking implements over 25 years ago. I am fortunate that our home has a reasonable amount of storage space. This, combined with my preference to ... Read review
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Grinding...

AdvantagesCrushes evenly.

DisadvantagesBasic item

"...a few times a year. This garlic press falls into this category. I use garlic in only one dish that I make from scratch: my crazy diet soup. This is a vegetable soup that I make almost entirely from fresh ingredients, the exceptions being the addition of cracked pepper and the occasional dried spice. I usually crush just two garlic cloves for my six-bowl soup. This garlic press reduces the amount of contact my fingers have with the garlic cloves, ..." Read review
30.01.2014

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Does my breath smell?

AdvantagesEasy to use, excellent price

DisadvantagesNone

"...house, we have had a garlic press in the cupboard that I have only really started to use in the past couple of years. Previous to using, I either avoided adding garlic to food or ended up trying to chop up but ending up with big chunks of it in my food. ===Price and availability=== I brought mine from Argos as part of a set which cost around £10 for 10 items which hung nicely on a rack. The press is also available from most homeware stores and supermarkets ..." Read review
27.01.2014

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~GHarlicckkk~

Advantagescheap

Disadvantagescrappy

"...items that are caked in garlic and full of flavour. With this said I also like to make my spaghetti bolognese and lasagne from scratch and of course I use a few cloves of fresh garlic to get that real authentic flavour in the food. ==Price and Availability== I have gone through so many different Garlic presses over recent years and have just ordered a fairly expensive one due to my last one literally falling to bits. I have tried presses from ..." Read review
11.08.2011

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Crushing cloves

AdvantagesInexpensive, easy to use, works well

DisadvantagesPricier ones can break, bits of garlic can get stuck

"For years I prepared garlic using a chopping board and a sharp knife, first slicing thinly in one direction, then the other. After making pieces as small as possible, I squashed them on a saucer, with the bowl of a tablespoon. In theory, this brings the juices out. In practice, it spattered bits of garlic all over the work surface. I found the whole process so time-consuming and annoying that I tended to buy ready-chopped dried garlic instead. But ..." Read review
30.10.2003

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The FIRST Utensil You Should Buy

AdvantagesPerfect crushed garlic every time

DisadvantagesHoles tend to get clogged if not cleaned right away

"It doesn't matter which garlic press you get, but I sincerely believe that this should be the first kitchen utensil you buy. I have a Zyliss SUSI garlic press (www.zyliss.com) which I purchased in 1975 in a store in Chicago! With all my moves and relocating, I've never lost this item, and I use it ALL the time. This product and company are still both going strong, and I've seen it used by many chefs on cooking shows all over the world (including ..." Read review
03.08.2002

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