What Is The Easiest Way To Remove Garlic Peel?

Written By A Special Writer : Your One and Only, Amazing, Awesome Tech – Hardware FOOD Expert and Guru….. Mr. Efrain E. Silva! ( Woot Woot! )

You’ve read other blogs, right? I’ve covered lots of great food - related ( and even a few non – food – related, he he he heh ) topics. Now guess what? It’s now time to talk about the best garlic – peelers out there, or at least, a few of them. I intend to cover some ground today….. sit tight, put on your thinking cap or readers’ glasses, he he heh, and prepare for a treat. Here we go!

So the first thing you ought to get to know is the simple fact : Using a garlic – peeler itself, and not just nothing but your very own hands, is my fave way to remove a garlic’s peel and to do so quickly and effortlessly, too, in the process, I might add. But of course, if you do not happen to have one, then be advised that Amazon has got sales going on all the time, and they list dozens of these, which you can see with just a search : “ garlic – peeler “ or something like that. Type it in, search, scroll on down, and have fun while you are at it.

Now, you can also do it by hand, but depending on many things ( such as , for example, the roughness or smoothness, not to mention the size, in general, of hands that you have ) , this can be either really easy or pretty dang hard. And I do want to spare you some pain and hassle ; so either way, by all means, whatever your case may be, a garlic – peeler will get the job done. Yes, no matter what kinds of hands, or cutting board, or even garlic, you have…. a garlic – peeler can help and make the whole thing so dang, dang, dang easy to do. Even if you have rough garlic or a more hardened similar vegetable ( like a purple onion that went past its prime, for example ) , it is still ideal to use a garlic – peeler for this.

Garlic – peelers are so damn easy and fun ( yes, I did say damn this time…. are you still reading? He he he heh ) . Separate your garlic, put in those cloves, and get that peeler rolling. Yes, roll it!

Here is a little extra tip on the side, as I like to give these from time to time : Dry, pre – stored garlic is best when you want to do this. So, make sure it’s still dry. And that it was dry – stored for at least a day or two.

Now where do you put in the cloves, you might be wondering? Great question, I dare say! You basically need to just make sure they fit in the peeler’s sleeve, and it’ll care of the rest.