Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Peel a bulb of garlic in 30 seconds

This is not the crush and peel method.
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 I saw this photo and method on a blog called The Kitchn2011_09_28-GarlicTip.jpg
It is the fastest way ever to peel an entire bulb of garlic in less than a minutel they say 10 seconds
 I was so fascinated after seeing it demonstrated on the The Kitchn, I had to try it.

Incredible
WELL, I tried it and it worked.
The entire bulb was all peeled in less than a minute!!!
This method comes in very handy for recipes that call for a lot of garlic
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22 comments:

  1. holy cow. My son may love this! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. this is awesome! I feel like I just discovered a secret!

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  3. Jessie,
    It is amazing. I made soup yesterday that called for 10 garlic bulbs, and I used this method. It worked great in less than a minute!

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  4. Interesting! Thanks for the tip. Will try it next time I use garlic.

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  5. That's incredible!!!
    Following you back :)

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  6. That's really cool! Thank you for sharing the video. We use a lot of garlic at our house.

    I have to say, though, if that guy thought "Peeling garlic is a pain in the ass," he was obviously trying to do it in some VERY WRONG way!!! :-)

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  7. I am so trying this! Thanks for the link.

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  8. i actually had to try this RIGHT NOW... so i did. and it worked. hahahaha - excellent.

    ...now what to do with all these peeled cloves of garlic? haha. oops!

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  9. That is the best thing since sliced bread :) :) I use garlic a lot when I'm making homemade chicken broth. Thanks for the video link!!! I found your blog via the Living Well Blog Hop today. Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :)

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  10. Hi Judee,
    Wa Hoo, that is really a great tip!!
    Hope you have a fabulous week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  11. I actually said "taa daa" after I watched the video. This was terrific thank you for sharing. Thank you for linking up to the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop linky party. Sending Happy Weekend Wishes! .xo

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  12. Visiting from Seasonal Sundays, and this method is wonderful!

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  13. That is genius! WOW :) Thanks for sharing.

    Stopping by from Full Plate Thursday

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  14. OK. Hubs n I just watched that vid over there......and we can't wait to try - we are skeptical...he is Italian so we use a LOT of garlic every week.....won't be long..but tonight was comfort food beef stew night, so perhaps tomorrow....

    Thanks! Too much fun!

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  15. That is a great tip! Will save me lots of time. Visiting from the Tablescaper. Vicky from Mess For Less

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  16. Amazing tip, glad you shared! Now I want to make garlic rosemary chicken just so I can do this!

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  17. What a great hack for peeling garlic! Will make life so much easier, thanks for sharing.

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  18. This is awesome! I can't wait to try it. (visiting from Delightful Order)

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  19. What a great tip! That's what I love about blogging...all the sharing!!

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  20. It is great to use when your recipe calls for a lot of garlic. When I saw this the first thing I thought of was chicken with 40 garlic cloves. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  21. How clever. If I hadn't watched it I'd have never believed it. I only have 1-2 recipes that call for 10-12 cloves of garlic, the I'll have to try it when I make those next time! Thanks so much!

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