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Description Peeling the Onion is a searingly honest memoir that evokes Grass' modest upbringing in Danzig, his time as a boy soldier fighting the Russians and concludes with the writing of his masterpiece, "The T... more

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Review of WMF Profi Plus Potato Peeling Fork


“Posh Peeling”

published 22/05/2012

convenient, stylish

not cheap

...Let me introduce you to my poshest kitchen gadget, the Jacket Potato Peeling Fork (JPPF) from WMF. I don?t consider a JPPF posh per se, only one from WMF. I love potatoes, I can?t imagine living in a country with a cuisine not based on potatoes. Occasionally I peel the potatoes before boiling them, especially when they?re old and the peel has become a bit hard. But more often I boil them first...

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Review of Avon Peeling and Brittleness Solver


Stops nails peeling and being brittle, gives nails a nice shine

Peels off

...Ive always suffered from weak nails that peel and break, meaning I have never been able to grow my nails properly. I was flicking through my mums Avon Catalogue when I saw their Peeling and Brittleness Solver, and felt I had to give it a go. *Where to Buy* This is an Avon product so can be purchased through one of their representatives or can also be ordered in their online shop. The product...

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Review of Lush Sexy Peel Soap


“An ap-peeling soap”

published 18/05/2013

Refreshing, slightly exfoliating

High price

...I love Lush soaps and I?m trying to work my way through the entire range. One soap I tried and really liked this summer was the Sexy Peel soap, the citrus, lightly exfoliating soap. The Sexy Peel Soap has a fun name: it?s both a pun and an actual reflection of the product, which contains genuine orange, lemon and lime peel. It was invented because the inventors at Lush didn?t want to waste all...

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