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Vegetable Peelers: An Inexpensive But Necessary Tool For The Kitchen
The vegetable peeler is an indispensable tool in the kitchen. Here’s what to look for when buying one. You want something with really sharp stainless blades that won’t rust, and a swivel head. They’re impossible to sharpen, so I just buy a cheap one every year or so. Some of the new ones have soft rubber ergonomic handles that take up way too much in the junk drawer.
Published On: 9/22/2018
Last Modified: 12/29/2021
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