Garlic Card and Garlic Cone: Garlic card allows you to grate garlic quickly and easily while garlic cone makes peeling garlic quick and easy.
Garlic Chop: It looks like a garlic clove, you need to place the garlic in the device and twist it and then push up to retrieve.
Garlic Crusher: This Garlic Crusher comes from Dutch designer Ineke Hans, simply use it over the garlic cloves like a rollingpin and it crushes and minces the garlic.
Shuck: It consists of a transparent glass container in which you place the garlic cloves and close the cover. Now shake the container till the husks come loose.
Garlic Press: Mincing garlic is really easy with this self-cleaning tool; simply drop an unpeeled clove into the hopper and close the handles, and the clove is pressed through a steel grid.
Garlic Slicer: This clever tool's twist-top design thinly slices garlic cloves to uniform width in seconds.
Garlic Press and Slicer: This convenient tool allows you to press garlic cloves and slice them without getting its aroma on your hands.
Garlic Zoom Chopper: To slice garlic, just drop peeled cloves into the mincer and rotate it on a flat surface.
Garlic Peeler: Useful tool that peels a clove of garlic with easy; you have to simply place whole unpeeled cloves in it and press down firmly, then briskly rotate it back and forth for a few seconds till the peel separates.
Garlic Rocker: This excellent designed kitchen tool uses downward pressure and a 'rocking' mechanism for crushing and mincing garlic.
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Oct 29, 2013
One of the toughest tasks of food preparation is peeling and chopping garlic for your dishes. These tools bring ease and efficiency to the process of peeling, crushing and mincing garlic without getting its aroma on your hands.