Safety Ginger Garlic Press Grater – Kitchen Appliances
Over the years, I’ve gone back and forth on this burning issue: is it a good idea to press garlic?
The question sparks surprisingly violent debates, and often there’s an undercurrent of judgment (“real cooks just chop”) that I find out of place in any cooking discussion: there’s no single right way of doing anything, just different skills and circumstances.
As far as I can tell, here are the pros of each method:
Pros of Safety Ginger Garlic Press Grater:
– In just a few seconds and a single gesture, you get garlic pulp that you can add to your dish right away.
– If your knife skills aren’t those of a pro, it can be a challenge to get the garlic chopped evenly so it will cook evenly.
– Pressed garlic blends smoothly with other ingredients, which is particularly useful if you use it raw.
– It limits the lingering smell on your fingers since you can avoid touching the garlic altogether if you prefer.
- Removable cover to protect your hands.
- Multifunctional and safer for use.
- Mini size and lightweight, easy to control.
- Easy to use and clean
- Perfect kitchen tool for a housewife.
In my own kitchen, I use this kitchen tool too much, and sometimes I’ll use it as a chocolate grater, too. I will usually chop my garlic if I’m already chopping other ingredients, but I reach for the garlic press when I’m pressed for time (ha ha), and especially if I add the garlic as a second thought when I’m improvising a dish with no time.
This kitchen gadget make cooking time much easier and more fun!