Friday, August 21, 2015

Garlic Press and Ginger Press Review + Video

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Garlic Press and Ginger Press - Mincer, Chopper, Grater, With or Without Peel, Solid Construction, Black and Silver

by NSP Online Products


    Great for holding large cloves of garlic or 2 smaller ones

  • STURDY - 

    Durable and Heavy Duty Grip Design

  • STRONG - 

    No Need to Peel Garlic; Powerful Mincer, Chopper, Grater and Clove Crusher



    Dishwasher Safe

  • SOLID CONSTRUCTION - No water trapped in the Handle

     No rusting or Peeling

Throw Away your Pestle and Mortar
Introducing The Best Garlic Press - The most essential of all kitchen gadgets and kitchen utensils
- No need to peel garlic
- Use as a Ginger Press or even for Lemon
- Powerful garlic mincer and garlic chopper
- Small Prongs Help Push Garlic Through
- Black Non-Slip Grip on the Handle
- Simple Toothpick Can Be Used To Remove Any Residual Garlic No Wasted Garlic
- The plunger fits into the hopper snugly

 Since I am a big fan of fresh minced garlic and fresh ginger root in my cooking and baking, I was very happy to get to try this Garlic Press & Ginger Press by NSP Online Products.  I was pleasantly surprised how heavy and sturdy this garlic press is.  I like to use the best quality tools in my kitchen and this garlic press will fit in just nicely with my brushed stainless steel small appliances.  I like that there are not a lot of parts to this press and it cleans up pretty easily.  I really love it especially for ginger!  I find it very difficult to cut up or even grate ginger small enough for what I need it for in my cooking and baking and this press does a fine job.  I like that I don't even have to take the peel off the fresh garlic cloves before I mince them. I think this press would make a nice gift for anyone who loves to cook and bake with fresh ingredients. I recommend it!

I received this product in exchange for a review. All my opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.


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