We’ve seen a number of unique kitchen techniques before but this latest video of dutch chef Jasper Van Ramhorst using a power tool in the kitchen is taking things to a whole new, and rather wacky, level.
That’s because instead of peeling apples with his hands and a peeler, Ramhorst instead uses a power drill to spin the apples while he peels them in seconds.
We all know the hard work that can go into a job, especially in a big kitchen, but is a power tool really the answer?
Take a look at the video for yourself and decide. He certainly strips his pommes promptly.
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Pome fruits have a high pectin content and tend to be quite acidic. These characteristics make pome fruits well suited to jams and jellies and also make them well suited to flavourful vinegars and alcoholic drinks.