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February 22, 2011

Triple-Blade Rotary Peeler

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From the website:

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Eliminate the need for several different vegetable peelers with this compact design, which incorporates three essential styles of blade all in one unit.

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Made from high-quality stainless steel, its three blades are razor-sharp and are housed in a tough plastic circular case. Simply select the desired blade — standard, serrated or julienne — by rotating the unit’s brushed metal hub, until the desired blade is fully exposed.

The Rotary Peeler makes short work of even the toughest fruit or vegetable skin and the design also includes a potato-eye remover. The case can be opened for easy cleaning.

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$12.

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Excellent !!!!

Posted by: Arakiel | Feb 23, 2011 10:21:02 AM

A single swivel peeler is all that one needs. Briefly blanching tomatoes (that you have cored and cut an "X" in the opposite apex) slip out of their skins far faster than the Tomato-skinner peeler. Those of us with sharp knives and good technique can use a paring knife to cut the entire tomato skin into one long strip.

Shredders, especially oriental tools, must be of more substantial stuff than this device. Shredding Burdock (Gobo), Daikon, Banana flower pods and a host of other veggies harder than a carrot require a pretty substantial "dao bào" type of device. A mandolin or a food processor comes in handy when preparing any volume of these tough - but tasty - veggies. A nice recipe that can be made with just a knife can be found here: http://bit.ly/dg6jOl

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Feb 22, 2011 4:07:51 PM

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