A Conversation for How To Use A Speed Peeler

A truly handy tool

Post 1

aka Bel

And a very good entry!

It's one of my kitchen tools which, like the pressure cooker, I wouldnt want to be without. smiley - biggrin

Well done. smiley - bubbly


'Tis, aye!

Post 2

TRiG (Ireland) Trying to write, a little

What other types of peeler are there?

TRiG.smiley - erm


'Tis, aye!

Post 3

aka Bel

This one, for example:

http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=130250552895#ebayphotohosting

or this one:

http://www.itproshop.de/~upload/images/produkte/prod_3137.jpg

both for peeling oranges. smiley - smiley


'Tis, aye!

Post 4

TRiG (Ireland) Trying to write, a little

Ah.


'Tis, aye!

Post 5

Vestboy

The one most people have in their drawer is the old fixed blade type of peeler. It has a slot in the blade like the speed peeler but you have to press quite hard to use it. The swivel motion of the blade of the speed peeler allows it to follow the contours of the vegetable with very little pressure.


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