Priority Chief Premium Garlic Press Review

By Ruth on October 25, 2014 in household, review
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garlic pressIntroducing Priority Chef’s Premium Garlic Press
– Crush and mince peeled or unpeeled garlic cloves with ease – no need to peel
– Easy to use and clean – dishwasher safe
– Premium industrial strength 18/10 stainless steel that is designed not to rust or corrode
– Great gift idea
– Sleek stainless steel design that will complement almost any kitchen style

I have used garlic presses in the past, and I never liked them. I gave up and just started buying garlic that was already crushed and kept it in the refrigerator.  I can’t stand peeling garlic, and usually the press can’t even crush the garlic the way I want to.  I didn’t expect this garlic press to be any better.

garlic press 2Much to my surprise, this garlic press was an absolute breeze to use! I was able to put an entire unpeeled garlic clove in the press, and it came out looking exactly like you see in the picture above. It was easy to remove the peeling left behind. The only difficult part is that it sometimes requires a strong hand to make this press work correctly. It has gotten easier as I have used it more, but it is a bit stiff in the beginning.

Interested in the press? Check it out here.
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5 Comments

  1. Lisa Konieczke October 25, 2014 Reply

    I too, usually buy the jar and keep in the fridge. I think I’m interested in using this. Fresh is the best. I also like that it’s stainless and wont corrode. Nice review, I like it.

  2. Kelly Amos October 26, 2014 Reply

    Thanks for the review. Like you, I have never had any luck with garlic presses. I may have to try this one out. 🙂

  3. lana simanovicki October 26, 2014 Reply

    every one should have one of these its great

  4. Wendi S October 31, 2014 Reply

    This looks great I have had some poorly made garlic presses but this looks like it would hold up for a while. Thanks for the review.

  5. Sarah Matos November 2, 2014 Reply

    Ive thought about purchasing a garlic press. It is so tedious finely chopping garlic and the residual smell on my hands after is not my favorite.

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