Garlic And Onion Totally Cubed

One of the stinkiest jobs in the kitchen is to peel and chop onions and garlic! The pungent smell lingers on my nails inspite of repeated washes! This is why I think we need the Garlizi, a magical kitchen tool that will grind/chop and store the garlic and onion as ready-to-use cubes….like the cheese cubes we buy at stores! A few back-n-forth turns to the wheel and the job is done. Don’t believe me? Watch the video….

Designer: Jang Young Jin

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24 Comments

  • Coloris says:

    huh?

  • Coloris says:

    huh?

  • Miken says:

    You can buy garlic and onion paste, like tomato purée, in tubes from any supermarket.

    Rinse your hands with cold water, NOT hot, after contact and it will stop the pungent aromas being 'cooked' into your skin. Leaving you with clean fresh smelling hands!

  • Miken says:

    You can buy garlic and onion paste, like tomato pure, in tubes from any supermarket.

    Rinse your hands with cold water, NOT hot, after contact and it will stop the pungent aromas being 'cooked' into your skin. Leaving you with clean fresh smelling hands!

  • Tom says:

    I watched the video and I still don't believe you. Sorry.

  • Tom says:

    I watched the video and I still don't believe you. Sorry.

  • sanjay says:

    I'm guessing you never tried rubbing your hands on a stainless steel surface or spoon after handling garlic? Works with pickles and fish as well. Seriously, I don' think the smell is all that bad any way

  • sanjay says:

    I'm guessing you never tried rubbing your hands on a stainless steel surface or spoon after handling garlic? Works with pickles and fish as well. Seriously, I don' think the smell is all that bad any way

  • liu says:

    how?

  • liu says:

    how?

  • Koopa says:

    Sorry for being critical but i hope it's constructive. I don't know if you have thought up how it actually cuts. You don't show us that part of the product (the mechanism etc.)… just rolling it and saying it works will make people question if it's just a concept or not.
    I also have to agree with Sanjay, the smell when using garlic isn't bad at all. But as for storage and keeping things tidy/fresh, it will do a good job. I really like it's internal compartment design, it's different.

  • Koopa says:

    Sorry for being critical but i hope it's constructive. I don't know if you have thought up how it actually cuts. You don't show us that part of the product (the mechanism etc.)… just rolling it and saying it works will make people question if it's just a concept or not.
    I also have to agree with Sanjay, the smell when using garlic isn't bad at all. But as for storage and keeping things tidy/fresh, it will do a good job. I really like it's internal compartment design, it's different.

  • Hey, first of all there is some market for thing like this I have seen at least 4 different gadgets with same purpose, now my only problem are the mechanics of this thing what seem to make no sense.

    How does the garlic and onion get peeled?
    Do you think that the size is practical ?
    How is each container peeled?
    How easy is to wash?

    Cheers

  • Hey, first of all there is some market for thing like this I have seen at least 4 different gadgets with same purpose, now my only problem are the mechanics of this thing what seem to make no sense.

    How does the garlic and onion get peeled?
    Do you think that the size is practical ?
    How is each container peeled?
    How easy is to wash?

    Cheers

  • Kino says:

    It's cool…But..How to do that?

  • Kino says:

    It's cool…But..How to do that?

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