Chef'n Hullster Tomato Huller
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Having owned the strawberry corer for a few years, I am glad I bought It was certainly an eye-opener for me to notice a tomato corer hanging next to a strawberry corer hanging at the department store the other day. For tomatoes, the orange one was larger than the red one.
I would like to extend our best wishes to you all It is my pleasure to answer any questions about As far as tomato types go, this unit is designed to work with almost any type, although a cherry tomato may require a bit of adjusting. We would be glad to answer any other questions or concerns you may have by calling 866-682-4297 A-H 13 - I am available Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm at 3905 Our product support team is available from 8am-5pm MST or by email The company.
I think the item is rather simple, Mary. The hulls of tomatoes are easily removed with this tool. I find it easy to clean especially when hulling tomatoes, because it does not easily come apart. The acid content of tomatoes immediately cleans any item that comes into contact with them. The only thing you have to do is rinse it off.
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I think this is the coolest little gadget ever. The more and more things I have in my kitchen drawers, as I grow older, I refuse to buy more items that serve only one purpose. It's been on my wish list for a long time, and Amazon recently let me know it was back in stock, so I bought it regardless of what my instincts tell me to do. The fact that I did makes me so happy. This is a remarkable discovery. The program does exactly what it is supposed to To remove the tomato hull, cut it in half. I am so happy that it is I've never seen such an efficient method before. In my eagerness to hull tomatoes, I have hulled them everywhere! Quite honestly, it is very good at what it does and simplifies the preparation of tomatoes. Despite the well-crafted nature of this product, it's very easy to clean off after use through a quick rinse. It's also quite cute. Now is the time to buy one!.
Can you corer? It is true. My little guy is so cute that I would feel weird saying that he's my favorite. I enjoy it so much. Usually, I do not consume the core of tomatoes, so I need to cut it out in some way. Cut the tomato slices in half, and then remove the center of every slice. Then you waste the red stuff by digging into the center of the fruit with a paring knife. In any case, this corer so neatly slid right in around the core, tapering as it went in so as not to waste too much good stuff. A slight twist, and there you have it a cored tomato, ready to consume. A few years ago, we bought one and have never had a problem with it. Besides being easy to clean, it does not spill in the dishwasher, and it is easy to find in the drawer in the kitchen with all the other useless trinkets that people give or sell It is true, however, that you will use it. An instrument. Being honest.
There is nothing wrong with the CHEF'N HULLSTER TOMATO HULLER, but it is In addition, the huller's jaws are short and do not open very wide, so the gadget is only suitable for The heirloom Early Girl salad tomato). If you want to coring large tomatoes or irregularly sliced tomatoes, this tool is useless An heirloom tomato with a unique shape.
My wife can't keep up. It takes her a while to figure out what many of them do, as it is with this product. One day I showed her the tomato knife and she was impressed. But the next time she had a tomato, she used the knife. She was using it without even thinking about For me, it's the contrary. My gadgets are always waiting for me to use them, so I use this frequently. This machine works great, is easy to clean, and is very easy to use. Both its durability and the quality of its construction make me believe that it will last forever.
Until I accidentally threw it away with the strawberry stuff, I used their strawberry huller for years. As I was about to buy another one, I noticed that this one is slightly bigger and also grows tomatoes. My favorite part is that I got it for a great price. Both tomatoes and strawberries can be handled by this machine. In addition, it's slightly bigger and hopefully we won't throw it away because we'll get a chance to view.
To use it on a tomato of any size without damaging it is impossible. The waste from these pastes would have been useful for making sauce but they are too hard to use. This technique can only be used on beefsteak tomatoes because they are so large. It lasted only one season before failing completely. 7/14/1917 Edited to add I am disappointed that it only lasted one season. In this situation, the blades lock open out of place. Repair is not possible. When it was good, it was good.
This was an amazing experience - I was completely smitten It broke when it hit the ground. Using it, you don't need to dig or scoop to core tomatoes. Open the end, stick it in the top, release the button, and turn it until it is snug That's it. The method I used lasted about 100 tomatoes before it gave up on me. As I disassembled it, I found that there were too many small plastic pieces that could be broken Breaking up was a bad idea.
It's a great tool, but unfortunately, on the third tomato, the top button stopped working properly, preventing the tool from opening and closing. Although it still works in a way, I do still use it because it is so handy, though it is a bummer that the prongs won't open and close like they did when I used it the first two times!.