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Today, I’m going to show you a clever trick for peeling a clove of garlic. Once you’ve taken out a clove, I used to just use a knife to cut through the skin and then peel it off with my fingers. This can be a bit fiddly and it leaves your hands smelling of garlic. So I’m going to show you how to use one of these rubber jar grips to help you out. They’re designed to grip the lid of a tight jar to help you undo it. But to peel a clove of garlic, you can place it down on the surface Then take your clove, and put it on top. Wrap it over a few times, like this. Then gently push down on the top and roll it back and forward a few times. Open it up, and the skin should pretty much pick off the garlic. Pretty cool huh? Leaving you with a nice clean clove. I’ll show you with another one. Just wrap it up, and give it a roll. And that’s all there is to it. If you don’t want to touch it, then you can use a fork, or move it on the gripper. If you don’t have one of these grippers, you can use a silicone egg poacher in exactly the same way, Just put your garlic in, cover it over and give it a roll. Give the poacher a good clean out afterwards, or you might find your eggs tasting of garlic! If you’re a subscriber to my YouTube channel, you can make sure you get notified every time I launch a new video by clicking the notification bell by my subscribed button and ticking the box. I hope you’ve enjoyed watching this video. If you want to see more, then click on the links or take a look at my YouTube channel page. Stay safe, have fun and as always, thanks for watching. Subtitles by Danny Maskell

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