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    -image-jpgZyliss garlic press is a must have! I have used the grater like Rachel ray to get garlic into my dish which works well BUT I hate peeling. Also have used regular garlic presses but again, I hate peeling. This press I bought a while back claimed to not need peeled garlic to work and I truly thought it was full of it but bought it anyhow based on reviews. Well..... I now never peel garlic and it works sooooo well!! I highly recommend this press and threw out my old one. No need to peel ever and the garlic casing just comes out very easily forme after.

    http://www.amazon.com/Zyliss-12080-S...s+garlic+press
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    Nice review, Jenn! I've heard of this one and I know the brand is a good one. Something to put on my wish list...

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    I have a metal one that works great too. Normally, I just put the garlic on my cutting board and whack it with the side of my knife. The peel comes off easily then!
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    Quote Originally Posted by threeovens View Post
    I have a metal one that works great too. Normally, I just put the garlic on my cutting board and whack it with the side of my knife. The peel comes off easily then!
    I do that too but when using a lot it gets old. Lol I get lazy and the jarred garlic doesn't taste as good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by threeovens View Post
    I have a metal one that works great too. Normally, I just put the garlic on my cutting board and whack it with the side of my knife. The peel comes off easily then!
    That's how i do it and it's very easy to get the skin to come off this way. The only drawback is getting all that raw garlicky smell off my fingers tho. I'm thinking the press will bypass all that right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cali baker View Post
    That's how i do it and it's very easy to get the skin to come off this way. The only drawback is getting all that raw garlicky smell off my fingers tho. I'm thinking the press will bypass all that right?
    Yes this will help keep your fingers clean.

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