Garlic Press

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I have finally come to terms with the garlic press. Loved it. Hated it. Loved it again. We’ve come a long way from the dinky aluminium jobs that would buckle under the most stubborn cloves. I had long exchewed this gadget in exchange for the chef’s knife and cutting board, which are easy to use and easy to clean. But the virtue of the the garlic press, earning its place in The Littlest Kitchen, is that it makes evenly minced pieces (for pasta) and can grind through quantities of garlic quickly (for garlic soup). And it’s convenient on occasions when I’m not using the knife and board. Zyliss makes a simple and sturdy press, which makes my life easier.

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