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“Garlic press”

published 09/12/2013


DisadvantagesNot very strong

...including spaghetti bolegnese, soups/stews, stir fries, curries and so on. When it comes to preparing the garlic, I always use my garlic press as it is a lot quicker than manually crushing it - I used to peel the clove, then just bang a full can of soup or something heavy on the garlic clove to crush it. This meant washing the bottom of the can after so that it didn't smell of garlic and then I'd have...

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Not for me

AdvantagesThere aren't any!!

DisadvantagesIt doesn't work

...I read a review by mollymoo818 a few days ago about her garlic press, I remember she paid £4 for hers from Tesco because I paid £4 for mine from Asda and they sound identical. Mine was in a drawer even though it works so badly that I hadn't used it for months, mollymoo's review inspired me to carry on decluttering my kitchen drawers by throwing away my useless garlic press so I thought I...

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“Press on ........”

published 18/04/2007

Advantages Quicker, easier and no aching back!

Disadvantages Takes up more room than an iron advisable with some fabrics but is not necessary with most of the modern fabric mixtures. Supplied with the press are a spray bottle for items that may need damping and a square pad for inserting into awkward places such as shoulders. There is a very comprehensive instruction book (in about nine languages) with hints on the best way of pressing various items of clothing and a more general...

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