One of those fiddly kitchen jobs that gets on most people’s nerves is peeling garlic cloves. It takes ages, it makes your fingers stink and even if you have a garlic peeling gadget, they’re hit and miss at best. It seems, however, that there may have been a much easier way of doing it all along.
As someone who makes a lot of Korean food, this is the best method for getting garlic peeled!
— ✣ (@VPestilenZ) June 17, 2019
That looks too good to be true. Here’s how people reacted.
WHOA THERE https://t.co/NU5vyNN3rk
— Jack Monroe (@BootstrapCook) June 17, 2019
Torn between wanting to try this and wanting to burn the witch pic.twitter.com/p9LhwXRsa4
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) June 17, 2019
WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE? https://t.co/JeFnX2Ue9D
— Mao’lana Spits (@antifatwa) June 17, 2019
Knowledge is power https://t.co/KKUK9Ud47s
— Twitter Video (@TwitterVideo) June 17, 2019
I can’t believe I’ve been wasting all that time. I’ve never been this excited to make dinner
— Victoria Yeates (@VictoriaYeates) June 17, 2019
But, before you get too excited – if it isn’t already too late – an actual chef wasn’t convinced.
I tried this, and it did not work, at all. Maybe if cloves are large and perfect, and your knife is thicker, and the head is a touch on the dry side, and certain stars are aligned, the results would’ve been better. https://t.co/Leju6vEncS
— Chef John (@foodwishes) June 18, 2019
Neither was Limmy.
— Twitch.tv/Limmy (@DaftLimmy) June 17, 2019
And there was this …
LIFE HACK pic.twitter.com/aKtc6TLtYM
— Nicola (@scrapegroat) June 17, 2019
This viral video turns everything you know about eating pineapple upside down
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