You might be thinking that you don’t need the garlic press especially when you just need a clove or two in cooking but think about this: garlic cloves are generally slippery when you cut using a knife which means you also run the risk of getting cut.
And what about the odor? Garlic has a strong smell that will stick to your hands long after you cut and held it. Worst case scenario is you get a garlic burn.
So why need the garlic press? Simple. Pressed garlic adds more intensity to the meal. It’s easy, it’s safe, it’s odorless (it keeps you from getting pungent hands) and it’s fast, especially when you need to peel more than just a clove of garlic!
Why buy our Garlic Press?
We understand that some mincers still require you to cut cloves in half or peel it which means you still would have to use your knife but our Garlic Press allows you to have an easier and more convenient way of preparing minced garlic by just pressing it!
No more peeling and cutting through knife because you can easily separate the skin and the body by just pressing it and after which have the garlic minced faster.
You might question the aspect of safety because the Garlic Press definitely have sharp blades but it has a safety handle made of ABS plastic, which is eco-friendly and entirely recyclable. The sharp hole blades are on the opposite side of the handle and it is designed in a circular shape for an easy, more efficient pressing.
Have your garlic ready in no time and garnish your prepped meals for an additional burst of flavor!
Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ):
What is the Garlic Press made of?
It is part stainless steel and part ABS plastic material. The stainless steel is for the hole blades that will mince the garlic and the plastic ABS material is for the handle for more convenient and safer use.
Is it intentionally shaped round or are there other design varieties?
It is actually designed in a round arc shape to easily roll it onto the garlic and more efficiently press.
Is it dishwasher safe?
Yes, certainly. And it’s easy to clean too! You don’t have to worry about stuck pieces because you can easily wash it off under flowing water.
Does it mince garlic in tiny pieces or are they still large enough like that of the small cubes you get with a knife?
Yes, it presses garlic in tiny pieces in a way that it’s pulverized or very tiny to have the pasty texture but definitely smaller than a regularly chopped by knife garlic.
Can you use it in unpeeled garlic?
Of course. This actually makes peeling much faster and easier because as we all know, separating the skin and clove is done easier by pressing. As for the mincing, yes, it can mince garlic despite the peel still being present when you press it in this product.
What is its size?
4 inches in width (with steel as the base) and 3 inches in height (from steel to handle); 4, 21x2, 72x2, 01 inches