This $15 garlic press rocker will change the way you eat garlic


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If you’re someone who believes you can never have enough garlic, you need to check this out: a garlic press rocker. Skip the store-bought minced garlic or those hard to clean presses and use a rocker to roll and rock your cloves simply.

The Joseph Joseph Garlic Rocker makes mincing your own garlic incredibly easy. First, peel a whole garlic clove and then gently press down on it with the garlic rocker, rocking side to side to get every bit. The crushed garlic will pop through the top and remain in the small bowl. Simply scrape it out with a spoon or flip it over to toss it into your dish.

Shop: Joseph Joseph Garlic Rocker, $14.95

Credit: Williams Sonoma
Credit: Williams Sonoma

“Not only is this product beautiful looking, but it really works!” wrote one Williams Sonoma customer who purchased the item. “Simply press and gently rock on your garlic cloves, and all of the minced pieces stay handily in the curved center.”

The garlic rocker contains brushed stainless-steel, which helps neutralize garlic odor. Meaning, if your fingers smell like garlic, you can give the rocker a little rub to help.

“So easy to crush up your garlic, and the utensil itself keeps the garlic smell off your hands,” wrote another customer in their review.

Credit: Williams Sonoma
Credit: Williams Sonoma

Wash with soap and warm water to clean or toss it in the dishwasher.

It’s that simple, and fresh garlic is worth it. You’re worth it. Get yourself a garlic press rocker.

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