Strip leaves from woody herbs like rosemary, thyme, lavender, sage and more with this innovative stripper/measuring cup combo. Simply pull the herb stem through the correctly sized hole—the handy attached bowl conveniently collects and measures the fresh herbs.
Care: Dishwasher safe
Dimensions: 2" x 3"
Made in China
Founded more than 25 years ago, Chef’n is based on the principle that kitchen products could be a lot smarter, easier and more fun. With space-saving gadgets—such as SleekStor™ measuring cups that fold flat for storage and the Flexicado™, which scoops and slices an avocado in one move—Chef’n is truly an innovator.
Now a growing Seattle-based company with more than 250 product patents worldwide, Chef’n has a single mission: To make better tools so you can make better food. It’s what drives the in-house design team to reinvent the utensils and gadgets that most of us take for granted while we’re cooking and cleaning.
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I tried to use this for both thyme and rosemary. I thought this would be great for thyme as it so time consuming to take the leaves off- didn't work at all. No hole is small enough for thyme. With the rosemary - it would remove the needles but also pull some of the woody part. Great idea that simply doesn't work.
So far, I have used this on tarragon and cilantro. I didn't really expect it to work on cilantro because it's so limp compared to other herbs, but it worked like a charm! I love the various hole sizes, so far I have always been able to find one that worked for each stem
This device requires some human intervention to be helpful. It speeds up stripping those tiny thyme leaves by about 50% which for me is a big deal at such a small price. Worth buying and learning to use.
No. Unfortunately, it does not work. I was thrilled to see it because every year I pick and dry thyme for winter cooking, and it is a real pain. I tried this with thyme, rosemary, lavender and oregano. No luck with any of them. This is a good idea and a poor implementation