Anyone who has ever had to chop huge amounts of fresh herbs knows it can be a tricky task. Thyme leaves are tiny. Oregano and tarragon leaves aren't that much bigger. So how much should you chop to obtain the three tablespoons called for in a recipe? Enter this game-changing herb stripper.
The Chef'n Zipstrip Herb Stripper is a nifty kitchen tool that strips, collects and measures fresh herbs. It's great for stemmed herbs like thyme, tarragon, oregano and rosemary. Simply insert the herb root first through one of the four holes and pull it through. The leaves will collect in the bowl which features 1 tablespoon, 2 tablespoon, 3 tablespoon and 1/4 cup measurements.
Retailing at just $7.99 this is one kitchen gadget guaranteed to speed up prep time. Find it here.
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