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Thread: Best Wat To Peel Garlic!!!

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    Junior Member Suzette316's Avatar
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    Wow, I want to try this (I love cooking with garlic!), but I don't have two metal bowls the same size.

    I would love to hear from someone who did give this a try though. If it works, it would be worth getting a couple of same-sized bowls.

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    Suzzette , I love your puppy!!!!

    I think you could also use plastic bowls and shake them .......give it a try..... it is the shaking back and forth that skins them....
    If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went. -Will Rogers

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    Dang! I just came back from the store with a jar of minced. Oh well not going to use that much anyway. Beats smacking and you can put it into a Ziploc. and right into the fridge.

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    great!!!! will do

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    I heard this same tip on NPR radio show on my drive to work one morning last year...they said to use metal bowls...a few quick shakes and done. I haven't tried it myself.

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    I tried that (bowls) and also the plastic sleeve, I was underwhelmed with the results. My best tip, use OLD garlic, it peels really easy. My neighbor gave me her last-year's garlic that she still had when this year's crop came in. It practically peels itself.

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    I do the same as chasing hawk

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    The guy in this video says it takes less than 10 seconds of shaking! Can't wait to try it..

    http://lifehacker.com/5844865/peel-a...with-two-bowls

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    That is great...Thanks...

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    I tried the bowl method and yup, it works!!!! Thanks for sharing. Blessed are those who help make my job a bit easier.

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