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The Best Peeler Ever
Ken's General Merchandise
11147 Highway 224
Montezuma, Georgia 31063
478-472-9874 cell 478-321-7447
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Swiss peeler: Right or left handed, ideal for arthritis sufferers
Peels even the hardest vegetables, rutabaga, butternut squash, even tomatoes.
$12.99 ea
 3 for $34.99
 

                                                                                           SUPER SWISS PEELER DIRECTIONS
Peel hard fruits and vegetables, rutabagas, butternut squash.   Thin slice cheese, make chocolate curls, scale fish.  To peel oblong fruits or vegetables such as potatoes, carrots, etc.   Grasp peeler with thumb and forefinger in the fingertip grips and pull across fruit or vegetable, while keeping the brace touching 
or nearly touching fruit or vegetable.  To peel round fruits such as apples slide peeler further back into your hand and grasp the right side of the peeler with first three fingers while also grasping the fruit or vegetable with the thumb and forefinger of the same hand.  place the peeler so that the blade and brace touching the top of the fruit or vegetable.  With the other hand turn the fruit or vegetable keeping the blade, the brace, and your thumb and forefinger in contact with the fruit or vegetable while spiraling the blade around the fruit or vegetable until it's peeled.
Peel hard fruits and vegetables, rutabagas, butternut squash.   Thin slice cheese, make chocolate curls, scale fish.  To peel oblong fruits or vegetables such as potatoes, carrots, etc.   Grasp peeler with thumb and forefinger in the fingertip grips and pull across fruit or vegetable, while keeping the brace touching 
TO MAKE FRIES: Grasp the peeler near the gouge with thumb and forefinger and pull gouge through the length of the potato, (or carrot for carrot sticks).  Spray a cookie sheet and fries with olive oil,  sprinkle fries with herbs you like and bake in oven  at 350 degrees, until desired crispness.
TO MAKE CHIPS: (or slice carrots, cucumbers, potatoes)   Turn blade over so blade is on top, hold vegetable like holding a pencil, rapidly brush vegetable across blade causing vegetables to slice thinly.
TO MAKE POTATO CHIPS: Soak potato slices in cold water for twenty minutes, till crisp.  Lay crisp potato slices on a rack on a cookie sheet sprinkle herbs on both sides. ( I use a shake and bake method)
Bake in oven at 400 degrees till done to your satisfaction.
TO CORE APPLES: Use handle bottom
TO SCALE FISH: Pull blade from tail to head

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JULIENNE PEELER ( serrated with teeth stainless steel blade)
Makes julienne cuts on vegetables such as carrots, squash, bell peppers,  hash brown potatoes, also makes cream corn off the cob.
To make julienne cuts use as peeling oblong vegetables.  for skinny vegetables such as carrots place the vegetable on a cutting board, pulling peeler the  full length of the vegetable.   To cream corn, grasp the peeler with thumb and forfinger in the fingertip grips and rotate your wrist to turn peeler over.  (Note: this will cause corn to fall down while being cut) Place corn on top and push back and forth rotating the cob as you go.  It is important that you keep the brace touching or nearly touching the cob.  To cream the cob turn the peeler around in your hand, so you can use the handle bottom to scrape the cob.

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