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You can do this the easy way, or the hard way... We suggest the easy way. And we'll show you the way! You can save a lot of time and effort using our Know-How when you peel potato, walnut, and garlic. :)









Easiest Way To Peel a Potato


Materials:

Aluminium foil

Instructions:

Step 1: Tear a sheet of aluminium foil and crumple it into a ball.
Tip! Crumble it into a size that is comfortable to grip.
Step 2: Use the crumpled foil to rub the potato.
Tip! In this way, you can even reach inside the holes.

Easiest Way To Peel a Walnut


Materials:

Flat-head screwdriver

Instructions:

Step 1. Turn the flat-head of the screwdriver into the rear end of the walnut.
Note: Be careful not to injure yourself!

Easiest Way To Peel Garlic


Materials:

Microwave
Two bowls of the same size

Instructions:

Step 1. Cut out the root of the garlic.
Step 2. Microwave for 15~20 seconds.
Tip! If you keep the garlic in for too long, it will overcook.
Step 3. Put the garlic inside the two bowls and shake.

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@kristenadams I feel you. I usually boil a whole potato with the skin on and rub it off after it soften. However, that's not a good way to peel potatoes if I'm using it for stir-fry @ShareHows thanks for the tip!
3 years ago·Reply
All good to know, especially with the amount of garlic I cook with...
3 years ago·Reply
Hopefully from now on, your gnocchis will be ready a lot faster, hehe. @kristenadams You are very welcome @AvocadoLove! Enjoy~ Garlic is so delicious, we don't blame you, hehe. @inthekitchen
3 years ago·Reply
I actually never buy whole walnuts so I never knew how to crack/peel them :)
3 years ago·Reply
Oh! Maybe those ones are more expensive! @GetFitwithAmy
3 years ago·Reply
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