Created by Ben Omessi, Zak Designs' E-Z-Rol garlic peeler truly works. Insert cloves into this rubber-like tube and roll, applying pressure with the hand. You can hear the skins pop right off. It's fast and easy, and your hands stay clean.
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The Original Garlic Peeler designed by Ben Omessi
Fresh peeled Garlic in Seconds
No Garlic Odor
Easy to Clean
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32 of 33 found the following review helpful:
Quick, easy, and no-mess solution to peeling garlic cloves. Sep 27, 2005
By Mary Whipple If you buy refrigerated jars of chopped garlic because you are always in a hurry and can't face the thought of peeling fresh garlic, this garlic peeler is a terrific alternative to that.
Nothing could be easier to use. Just open the plastic tube, take out the 5" long sleeve, which feels like rubber, and pop an un-peeled garlic clove inside the sleeve. Roll the tube back and forth a few times with the palm of your hand, feeling the garlic, and then shake out a fully peeled garlic clove. The skin stays inside the sleeve. Rinse the sleeve or put it in the top rack of your dishwasher, and you are done--a whole garlic clove rubbed clean of dry, tissue-thin skin--no mess, no fuss.
I have given at least a dozen of these as small gifts and stocking presents, and they are a perfect (and useful hostess present. Everyone loves them. I haven't had to buy a jar of refrigerated chopped garlic in the two years that I've had this gadget. n Mary Whipple
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Just the easiest way to peel garlic Mar 03, 2011
By Dave Gibson I had one of these before and my wife threw it away one day. I was glad to replace it with another. I make a garlic anglehair pasta soup that calls for 40 whole garlic cloves and this little peeler makes it much faster. The peels do stick to it due to a static charge that builds but they blow off easly. Great gadget to have if you work with garlic.
7 of 8 found the following review helpful:
It works!!! Jan 18, 2010
By D. Levinson I was so skeptical about buying this item. It REALLY works as advertised. We have stopped buying the crushed garlic in jars and are now back to buying real garlic since it is so easy to peel.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Works for me!!! Dec 04, 2010
By Boardingace Wow - this is my new favorite kitchen gadget now! After reading all of the reviews on this product and another similar one, I was fully aware that this might be a disappointment. So, I was very pleasantly surprised to find immediately that it works! It is easy! No more of my least favorite kitchen jobs - peeling the garlic - and half the time getting some stuck under my nails (OUCH!). I just bought two for friends for Christmas just 'cause I love this so much. It's cheap, SUPER FAST, doesn't take up much space, and it gets the job done. You just stick the clove in there and roll it with light pressure. That is IT!!! I did apply too much pressure a few times and it will break apart the cloves, but since they're always going to be minced anyways that is not a problem. I can't believe that I don't have to peel garlic cloves by hand any more. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!
4 of 5 found the following review helpful:
From the "Why didn't I think of that?" Files Jul 15, 2011
By Chirag Kabrawala Pop quiz: What's 6" long, pliable, has an funny-shaped end, fun to use, even in the kitchen, and after you've experienced it, will never go back to limp, boring or tasteless again?
The E-Z-Rol Garlic Peeler. Seriously, this is a little rubber tube; about 5-6" long, has a ridged edge, and once you've used it, you cannot, in good conscience, use jarred garlic again. You have to hand it to the people that came up with this - the simplicity belies me - you insert a clove or two into the open end (even those giant Chinese-hormone induced cloves you can get at Wal-Mart Food Center), apply a little gentle pressure manipulating the clove-loaded-tube against the counter, and alas, you are presented with naked cloves ready for further use. The peels are left inside the tube and can be rinsed down the sink or deposited into the trash (though you will have to rinse the tube to remove the sticky peels).
I've bought these rollers for my entire family, after enjoying the use of mine so much.