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Monday, September 15, 2014

Professional Garlic Press Propresser (Review)

How do you get your garlic ready for cooking? Do you peel it, then crush it with a knife? We used to peel it ourselves or buy it ready in the jars from the grocery stores, to be honest! I received a Professional Garlic Press Propresser from Orblue recently to review. We cook with garlic frequently, but the week that I had received the press, we weren't cooked anything remotely related to a garlic dish.  
  
During the past two weeks, we made tacos one weekend, and this weekend, Steve used garlic in our chicken piccata, our sloppy joes and our cottage pie. The pictures that I took usually our Propresser were taken during the taco weekend.(That picture is on Instagram!) We both like the Propresser, because you don't have to peel the garlic! You put a clove of garlic in the chamber and SQUEEZE! It took me a little bit of squeeze power to squeeze the garlic! The pressed garlic when into the food, and the garlic skins stayed in the chamber! (The garlic skins do come out later, when you use the small thin black brush to clean out the basket or chamber!) From the product promotions descriptions, I"m borrowing what they said, because I happen to like how they explained something. "DESIGNED WITH EASE OF USE IN MIND - Hold the Propresser Garlic Press in your hand. Note the thickness of the handles and how comfortably your fingers wrap around them. With a clove of garlic nestled in the basket the handles are the ideal distance apart to maximize leverage. Gently squeeze the handles together. You'll be delighted at how easily, how effortlessly your Propresser Garlic Press produces perfectly minced garlic."  

It can mince garlic in one easy press! The press itself is made of 100% stainless steel, won't rust, won't weaken at the joints, and won't break. Knowing your luck, you will be able to pass it onto your children or not your grandkids!  The basket is large enough that you can do a few cloves . You seriously don't have to worry about the garlic clove's skins ending up in your food, they end up in the trash can or down the garbage disposal. I cleaned ours with dishwashing liquid and the little black brush that comes with it, then I left it to "Air dry". They do have an awesome guarantee!

We're quite happy with it, and maybe someday it will go to Steven! He's becoming a bit of a BBQ teen here, and he's helping out in the kitchen more! 





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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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