Lakeland Chef'N Garlic Zoom Reviews
Product Type: Lakeland Kitchenware
Description:Brand: Lakeland / Product Type: Garlic Press / Place the peeled cloves inside and wheel the ball back and forth a few times.
Newest Review: ... (Maybe not the safest place for furry animals!) At the top of the ball are two trap doors and at the bottom are a pair of ... more
by - written on 30/08/09, updated on 30/08/09 (Very useful, 391 readings)
Garlic; I adore it in almost everything I prepare from salads to roast chicken and even on fish dishes, Garlic is a staple ingredient I add despite its rather amorous scent and flavour in some corners and a loathing aspect from others. Despite a rather old and cracked soap stone pestle and mortar that was handed down to me, I've often resolved the issue of Garlic preparation to crush all life out of it in the old family hand me down or to quickly push a flat knife against a clove to loosen its harder skin before I scuff my fingers or sustain cuts when slicing garlic by traditional serrated knives. I'm sure most people would agree with me if the have endured the searing .. Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/11 (Very useful, 98 readings)
Over the last couple of years my passion has increased a little, which was not difficult as before I hated doing even the simplest beans on toast! My skills in the kitchen have improved with the help of my fiancé but my knife skills are still a little ropey. I just seem to have a bit of a problem chopping things finely, especially garlic. That was until a year ago my sister in law to be bought us what I thought was a tiny gimmicky present. It turned out it was a garlic chopper! The garlic chopper is made from plastic with two thin wheels on the bottom. One wheel drives the blade to turn it the other is there just to hold the thing up. There is a small ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/09 (Very useful, 80 readings)
Lakeland is a fantastic website (also have stores) which has so many gadgets that I just can't resist splashing out on as a little treat when I have some money to spare. I like to use garlic in lots of meals but find that no matter what I do it takes many hours to get rid of the garlic scent from my fingers and I have to keep a small grater especially for my garlic as I hate the smell being transferred to other things when I am not using garlic in a recipe. This Garlic Zoom is available from a Lakeland store or the lakeland.co.uk website for £7.82 and I think it's worth every penny just to stop me having awful smelling fingers and having to use a ... Read the complete review
by superness11 - written on 23/08/11
I'm a bit of a vampire fan..but no self respecting vampire will come near me when my hands smell of garlic, right? Only joking...but I do hate it when my hands smell of garlic after cooking. Not only this, I'm no Gordon Ramsey with a kitchen knife and it takes me forever to mince garlic or slice it finely. I bought the garlic zoom for my boyfriend as a present but I really wanted it for myself! It cost me £9.99 from john Lewis and it is such as fun novel idea that actually works. *Description* My first thoughts were hamster ball... as the plastic casing looks like one of the little balls you can exercise your hamster in. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/10 (Useful, 46 readings)
I absolutely LOVE this product. It was originally bought for my boyfriends mum who has severe arthritis to save her chopping garlic with a knife. However she tried it and prefers the old fashioned way and so gave it to me. What a timesaver! You simply cut the end off your garlic and peel as you usually would do, and then pop it in the lid at the top and roll it like it was a toy car up and down your kitchen worktop surface as much as you want to make sure it is finely chopped and then when you are ready open it up, take out the little blade and empty. It is so easy to use and so easy to clean, it also saves clumsy people from chopping into their fingers with a knife and . Read the complete review
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