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Making homemade spaghetti sauce requires minced garlic as one of the main ingredients. Prior to receiving my Propresser Garlic Press, I had to either buy minced garlic or I had to put my garlic in my food processor. I wanted to see if mincing my own garlic would be easier and faster and help make clean up easier.
The first thing I want to note is that you do not have to peel the garlic before mincing it. When I don’t want my hands to smell like garlic, this feature comes in handy. I do use it both ways. Sometimes I peel it and sometimes I don’t. Because I’ve been peeling my garlic cloves for soOoOo many years, it’s going to be difficult to break that habit. I peel it without even thinking about it.
I’d also like to point out that I have arthritis in my hands. I wanted to see just how difficult it would be to use the garlic press with my arthritis. I was able to squeeze with very little difficulty and even if my arthritis continues to get worse, I’m pretty confident that I’ll be able to still use this garlic press for years to come.
Another great feature I want to point out is that this garlic press is made with 100% stainless steel. You know what that means, right? NO RUSTING! The garlic press can be rinsed well and stored away for next time. Easily, breezly, pleasly.
All that’s left after using your garlic press is to add it to your favorite dishes. I know all of this sounds too easy to be true, but it is. You can have fresh minced garlic within seconds, literally. All with a lifetime of satisfaction guaranteed.
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