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Women's Floral Print Bliss Lightly Lined Wirefree Bra - Auden Black 34D Color: Black/Floral Print. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Material: Nylon.
Crabigail Cassidy "Crabby Abby": This is a quick and easy way to have mashed potatoes without whipping out the hand mixer. You control the lumps and general texture.First, this is easy to use. Unlike a vertical masher, the OXO has an easy grip handle which is comfortable to use and requires far less "muscle". I like the fact that I have more control over the texture of my mashed potatoes. I like basic mashed potatoes that are on the lumpy side and the control you have using this masher will produce the perfect lumps. However, when I make my holiday mashers with cream cheese I can go as creamy as I want. This also can be used on sweet potatoes, squash, pumpkin, and even cooked apples.It is easy to clean due to its simple design and lack of crannies. Additionally, it is well made like all OXO products. It's not easy to find good mashers, but I don't need to look further since I found this gem.
Dannella Pennington: This masher has pretty short handles but works perfectly by putting your weight over the item being mashed. Strawberries and peaches were first. Was opting for the Jamie Oliver Potato Masher but this one works just great. Highly recommended.Jim in So Calif
David Wihowski: Finally I can make mashed potatoes without using my mixer. I am a quadriplegic/tetraplegic (C5-6 for thos who care) and I can use this tool. Traditional potato mashers just require more grip than I have in my hand. Plus the horizontal handle makes the pushing easier, as well.My mother with mild arthritis likes this as well as her traditional masher.As with most Oxo tools it is highly ergonomic: it fits the hand and does the job it's supposed to.
Debby "Foodiewife": Works great, just as a potato masher should. I use it for mashing ripe fruit, too, for canning purposes. I love OXO products.
D. Figueroa: I use a ricer for mashed potatoes, but this masher is fabulous for making refried beans. The type of masher with wavy tines just doesn't do as good a job. My friends in Mexico tried to steal it from me, so I bought a few as gifts :D