Garlic Press (6.75-in.) by Kuhn Rikon
Cooks like to concentrate on the food, not the performance of their tools. This Epicurean Garlic Press makes preparing garlic so effortless - no chopping, slicing or forcing cloves through a fine sieve only to lose half to an incompetent tool. Designed with ease in mind, the stainless press requires... See complete description »
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Cooks like to concentrate on the food, not the performance of their tools. This Epicurean Garlic Press makes preparing garlic so effortless - no chopping, slicing or forcing cloves through a fine sieve only to lose half to an incompetent tool. Designed with ease in mind, the stainless press requires little force and the sieve pulls out for easy cleaning, so you are left to enjoy wonderfully spicy sauces, spreads, marinades and more. Great gift for garlic lovers.
The right tool makes the job of mincing garlic so easy! This garlic press is the last one you'll ever need to buy. Easy to use and a breeze to clean. It's dishwasher safe as well.
The only thing I found that I don't like is some of the garlic squirts "backwards" into the press and it's hard to get out of the hollow handle "tray". I've been a die hard Zyliss fan but decided to try this one and LOVE how easy this one is to clean. It presses large cloves easily, no need to peel and it's comfortable in my hand. Haven't had it long so not sure of its staying power.
Well worth the money. Minces very fine & is very smooth to use.
Great product. Even "mince". No need to peel cloves. Easy to clean. Sturdy.
The garlic press works great in mincing through garlic cloves in no time, fits comfortably in my hand, and is easy to use.
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Garlic presses are convenient when you've got lots of garlic that needs to be crushed very fine. Though you still have to peel the garlic, you're still saving yourself lots of knife work. Pressed garlic also cooks more quickly and adds a more subtle flavor than garlic that's been minced with a knife. But because the pieces are smaller, be sure to watch it carefully to make sure it doesn't burn in the pan.