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25: Garlic Twist



The Garlic Twist is the newest invention for the world of garlic lovers. Here's the deal: many people don't like garlic presses because they juice the garlic a bit--resulting in drier, less flavorful garlic. But the alternative is chopping it up by hand--messy, sticky, and slow. What to do? Buy a Garlic Twist! The garlic twist chops up garlic (2 or 3 cloves at a time) quickly and easily, no muss, no fuss. The Garlic Twist can also be used to peel the garlic--simply crush the clove on your counter and the peel comes off. Nice. $14.95

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1 Comments:

At 7:47 PM, Anonymous Eric said...

Sorry but you didn't do it right on the demo video: 1) you should use multiple cloves of garlic, not one; 2) You should whack the garlic cloves to loosen the skin and slip it off, but not to totally smash the cloves; 3) After mincing, twist the top clockwise till resistance is felt, then back-twist it again till resistance is felt, now again back-twist it slightly to get minced garlic to be completely free of the mincing teeth. You should now see the minced garlic neatly gathered into two pie-shaped piles. Lastly use a table knife to push out the minced garlic piles for use.

(Please view our demo video on www.garlictwist.com.)

 

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