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KEEN Men S Highland WP Shoe 10 5 Chestnut Silver Birch
The KEEN Men's Highland WP Shoe is a Hybrid shoe that is one part trail and one part street. The leather Upper brings in the style while providing durable protection against trail debris. Walk with confidence in this low-profile shoe ankles moving easily and an EVA Outsole that cushions and grips. The cinchable lacing system is quick and easy so you can take off for work just as quick as you will the trail. Features of the KEEN Men's Highland WP Shoe Waterproof premium leather Upper Lace-lock bungee system Removable luftcell PU insole for long-lasting comfort High-rebound EVA Midsole Abrasion-resistant EVA Outsole Keen. dry waterproof breathable membrane Eco anti-odor for natural odor control Environmentally preferred premium leather from LWG-certified tannery
mb "mb": Every kitchen needs one of these. If you're going to make 40-garlic clove chicken, you'll make yourself crazy getting the "paper" off all those garlic cloves! This gadget makes it a breeze. No sticky fingers.After the absolute magic of use, what I like about it is that I have my choice of how I want to prep the garlic. I can use whole, slice, etc. If you mash the garlic with the side of a knife, that's your only choice: mashed garlic.Note: Make sure to roll on a dry surface.You'll like this gadget. I like mine so much, I brought ones for my mom, sis, and daughter-in-law. mb
Michela: I have always smashed cloves of garlic with the flat blade of my chef's knife against a cutting board, then peeled them. One day, I visited a friend who has one of these E-Z Roll Garlic Peelers, and, after using it, I was impressed that my hands did not smell of garlic, as much. I love the smell of fresh garlic, but there are times when I don't want my hands to retain this aroma. This gadget works to keep the garlic smell off your hands that you would get from peeling garlic, so I use it when I am going to cook with whole cloves of garlic. However, if I am chopping, mincing, slicing, or slivering garlic with a knife, then I still get some garlic smell on my hands. The Cuisinart Mini-Prep Food Processor is great for chopping, mincing, and pureeing garlic, but it won't slice or sliver it. I have found one other one gadget that does really work to take onion and garlic smell off my hands--it is a small block of stainless steel that one rubs on damp hands. (Also, I keep jars of both roasted and regular garlic, minced and chopped, in my refrigerator.)
mom of 4!: This roller makes peeling garlic SOOO easy! Worth the money and is a great gift. Holds up well but I always hand wash mine.
Olga Be "Olga Be": Simple, easy, Works great, particularly with crunchy fresh garlic. With more dry cloves, slightly less reliable. Don't shove more than 3-4 cloves at a time in there.
PD2K "pd2k": Wow! What else can I say? This garlic peeler is the best invention since sliced bread! Peeling garlic now is so easy and quick. All you do is pop in a clove and roll the peeler and presto, a perfectly peeled clove! No more wasted time peeling garlic by hand. I really recommend everyone to get this product. How in the world did I get along without one?