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Zyliss 7-in. Jumbo Aluminum Garlic Press
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If you've ever made a roast, casserole, soup or other savory dish that calls for lots of garlic, you'll love this jumbo press. Place multiple cloves in at one time, without peeling, and press the plunger down to get fresh garlic pieces and juice. The design allows maximum results, and holds the peels inside so you just remove and rinse when done. The unique, ergonomic handle allows better leverage and easier squeezing for satisfying results. Makes a great add-on gift with food baskets or pasta machines.

Product Characteristics:

Cleaning & Care : Dishwasher-safe
Material : Aluminum Alloy with Nonstick Powder Coat
Origin : Switzerland
Size/Capacity : 7-in.
Special Features : Ergonomic Handle

Customer Reviews: (60 reviews)

Recommended by 97% of Reviewers
Rated a "Good Value" by 92% of Reviewers
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Average Rating: 4.5
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5
May 31, 2013
By Thomas, FL
Love this press, large capacity, and thorough press. Really need to peel garlic first though.
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5 Best Garlic Press Ever!
December 25, 2012
By Ruth, MI
This was a replacement--somehow I managed to lose my original one, and I refuse to use any other. I have used several different kinds (many were more expensive), but have never found one that works better!
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5 Easy to use
April 6, 2012
By Kathy, VA
Great value and easy to use. I would however still suggest removing the outer layer of the garlic first before pressing it. I did find that it was too difficult for me to press the garlic with the outer peel still on it so I removed it and it did it quite easily then.
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5 Very Pleased
March 2, 2012
By Olga, FL
This press works very well, does not require the muscle that so many of the older presses require. Cleans easily and the included cleaning tool is great. Very pleased with the purchase. Like that it doesn't come from China.
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5 Worth money paid
December 23, 2011
By Henry, TX
The Zyiss garlic press is worth the purchase price. The press is of high quality and easy to use.
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1 Garlic Press Broke
December 19, 2011
By Thomas, CA
I was very excited to get this garlic press as I have seen it on Sam The Cooking Guy. However, I was disappointed when it broke the first time it was used. Simply pressing a glove of garlic the press broke.
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5 Absolutely the best!
August 20, 2011
By Ruth, MI
I have used many garlic presses over the years, and this one outshines them all! There is very little (if any) waste, and the cleanup is a breeze. Just recently bought my second one and had to buy one for my best friend, as well!
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5 GARLIC PRESS
April 4, 2011
By Judith, CA
It is a little jumbo for my needs but works very well.
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5 The Best Garlic Press!
November 20, 2010
By Robert, TN
I have had many garlic presses in my time, and this is, by far, the best I have ever had. You can stick 2 garlic cloves in there. Easy to clean, one piece only, and goes thru garlic like a hot knife thru butter. Be sure to smash the garlic 1st to easily remove skin. The rest is a breeze.
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5 Zyliss Garlic Press
May 26, 2009
By Nancy, NY
I finally broke down and bought the Zyliss garlic press (based off of the product reviews). It does what it supposed to do, and it does it well. Need a bit of muscle to press, but definitely worth it. Really like this product.
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5 Excellent!
February 12, 2009
By Deborah, GA
Super easy to use, even with my arthritis. One squeeze, and only the skin is left in the press. Worth the $$.
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5 superior product
January 10, 2009
By Audrey, CT
I bought this product because it was highly rated by Cooks Illustrated magazine. And I love it because of the ease of use. No tedious peeling of the cloves is necessary. All you do is put clobes in the press, skin and all, and press. The garlic is sqeezed out, and the empty skins remain in the press! Just remove and toss out. I no longer mince garlic. I just reach for my Zyliss press - so much faster and the results are the same. I liked the product so much I gave them as Christmas gifts, and the recipients also loved it.
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5 Jumbo Garlic Press by Zyliss
June 17, 2008
By Heather, IN
This is a great garlic press, sturdy construction and easy to clean. The large hopper makes it easy to press multiple cloves at one time.
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4
May 27, 2008
By Nancy, OR
Cook's Illustrated rated this press as a Best Value. As I have broken more garlic presses than I care to count, I am hoping that this one lives up to its recommendation. So far, so good. Also like the tool for cleaning out the holes... and the fact that it snaps into the handle so I don't lose it.
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5
May 21, 2008
By Greg, MD
This is a simple review to do. This press is by far yhe best I have ever used. No clogging,easy to clean,and really well built. Will buy another when and if this one wears out.(In 30 years?)
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2 Not that great
February 23, 2008
By Linda, WA
Seems like pretty good quality, but just didn't like the way it came out. It says you can leave peel on, but this prevents the garlic from pressing out efficiently and effectively. Might be better to peel first then press. Quality could be a little better.
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5 Rated the best (last year).
January 11, 2008
By James W, IL
America's Test Kitchen rated this the best the last time they looked at the Garlic press. The newly top rated press was out of stock (everywhere), so I bought this. I honestly cannot see how another press could be better. Quick, handles large pieces, COMPLETELY presses with none of the useless
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4 Zyliss Garlic Press
January 7, 2008
By Laurie, TX
I orderded these as gifts because I won one myself and think it is a great product. My one beef is that these were previously made in Switzerland but are now made in China. Even more annoying is that Cooking.com still lists it as made in Switzerland. I was very annoyed when I received them and had it not been for the issue of time and need to have the gift when I needed it, I would have sent them back. I felt mislead.
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5 BUY THIS ONE! Throw out the rest.
December 29, 2007
By Kimberly, FL
I have multiple garlic presses including the original Zyliss garlic press. I am blessed with a mother who grows elephant garlic just for us kids since we cook so much; I tend to take the lion's share I think. I have been buying garlic presses trying to find one that can handle those monster cloves and that wont strain my wrist and fingers to badly. I usually call my husband to press the garlic. Now with this new one I have been able to press my own cloves of garlic again! I also love that the cleaner is tucked away right in the press so it doesn't get lost like the one to my original zyliss press did. Can't think of any improvements.
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5 71 yr. Old Cook (Male)
December 12, 2007
By Ronald, CO
Garlic is a food in my house; I use 6-7 large cloves daily. I have an advantage of being retired and can
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