Nonstick Jumbo Aluminum Garlic Press (7-in.) by Zyliss
If you've ever made a roast, casserole, soup or other savory dish that calls for lots of garlic, you'll love this jumbo press. Place multiple cloves in at one time, without peeling, and press the plunger down to get fresh garlic pieces and juice. The design allows maximum results, and holds the peel... See complete description »
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If you've ever made a roast, casserole, soup or other savory dish that calls for lots of garlic, you'll love this jumbo press. Place multiple cloves in at one time, without peeling, and press the plunger down to get fresh garlic pieces and juice. The design allows maximum results, and holds the peels inside so you just remove and rinse when done. The unique, ergonomic handle allows better leverage and easier squeezing for satisfying results. Makes a great add-on gift with food baskets or pasta machines.
Love this press, large capacity, and thorough press. Really need to peel garlic first though.
This was a replacement--somehow I managed to lose my original one, and I refuse to use any other. I have used several different kinds (many were more expensive), but have never found one that works better!
Great value and easy to use. I would however still suggest removing the outer layer of the garlic first before pressing it. I did find that it was too difficult for me to press the garlic with the outer peel still on it so I removed it and it did it quite easily then.
This press works very well, does not require the muscle that so many of the older presses require. Cleans easily and the included cleaning tool is great. Very pleased with the purchase. Like that it doesn't come from China.
The Zyiss garlic press is worth the purchase price. The press is of high quality and 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.