There’s a lot of debate when it comes to peeling kiwi. Some people swear it’s best to slide a spoon between the skin and the flesh, others are convinced the task is best accomplished with a glass. Then there are those who simply peel kiwi with a knife.
Who has the best technique? We won’t be the judge of that but we’ll happily present you with another alternative: the Kiwiloop, a tool that will change how you peel kiwi forever.
This nifty kitchen tool features a flexible stainless-steel wire that separates the peel from the skin quickly, cleanly and efficiently - reducing food waste and user frustration. The birch handle is a cute touch but it also fits comfortably in the palm of your hand.
So forget the spoon vs. glass debate and use this gadget to peel kiwi instead. It retails for $14.95 at Williams-Sonoma.
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