Joseph Joseph Garlic Rocker™
Crushed pieces are then held in the shallow bowl, allowing them to be spooned or scraped easily into a pan. And since stainless steel helps remove garlic odors, use press when you’re done to deodorize hands and fingers. All surfaces that come in contact with food are BPA free.
- Material: Stainless steel and plastic
- Made in China
Care & Usage Show
- Dishwasher safe
Super sleek looking, presses garlic well.
Clean off garlic hand odor by rubbing hands against the press under warm water.
(Pointless but...Nice packaging!)
You have to peel the garlic prior to pressing it.
Push through leftover garlic bits with toothpick prior to putting in dishwasher.
You have to press down rather hard for it to work
After reading several of the reviews, I would have to disagree that it requires a lot of strength to use this. It made quick work of a dozen cloves, with just a small break to scrape the end product into a bowl.
It is tidy, quick and easy to clean
It's beautiful enough that it doesn't deserve to be hidden away in a drawer between uses
I gave them as stocking stuffers this Xmas.
I also have my own
Questions & Answers
Crushed pieces are then held in the shallow bowl, allowing them to be spooned or scraped easily into a pan. And since stainless steel helps remove garlic odors, use press when you’re done to deodorize hands and fingers. Dishwasher safe.
The garlic does need to be peeled prior to using the rocker. We have several garlic peelers available and I have attached a few options for you.
The video and descriptions are the same. The only diff I see is colour...
The difference between the Garlic Rocker and the Garlic Crusher is that the Rocker is made of one seamless piece of stainless steel while the crusher has a stainless steel center and colored plastic handles. The website does actually show a picture of a green crusher along side of the stainless steel rocker and I have submitted for that to be corrected.