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January 29, 2006

Electronic Vegetable Peeler


From the website:

    The Euro Cuisine Electronic Peeler safeguards your fingers from cuts, keeps the peels from flying all over your kitchen and makes quick work of veggies!

    Peeling vegetables with ordinary peelers can be time–consuming and painful!

    Now there's a better way with the Euro Cuisine Electronic Peeler.

    This sleek device makes peeling vegetables and even fish safe and easy.

    Four 2.5-inch cutting blades rotate to make quick work of carrots, potatoes and zucchini.

    Its protection shield helps to keep the peels and scales inside so they don't fly all over your kitchen and prevents fingers from getting nicked.

    It's even waterproof so you can use it under a running faucet.

    Easy to clean, it has a rechargeable battery and comes with an adapter.

    • Ergonomically designed

    • 10.5"L x 1.25"W


I must say that I have never peeled a fish but I am willing to learn.

I do recall Mae West's memorable request, "Beulah, peel me a grape," from her 1933 movie, "I'm No Angel."

But I digress.

Endorsed by the Bizarro World Slow Food Movement.

$24.95 here.

January 29, 2006 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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Fish are easy to peel if you cook 'em first. Otherwise, it doesn't strike me as a good idea. At least not like this.

Posted by: riannan | Jan 29, 2006 8:52:29 PM

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