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I Tested The Garlic Peeling Trick, And Here's What Happened

There’s a video making its way around the Internet this week that purports to show you a time-saving method for peeling garlic.

I’ve wasted many seconds of my life peeling garlic, so I HAD to test this little trick myself.

I found three heads of garlic — one with tightly bound cloves, one with loosely packed cloves, and one somewhere in the middle — to test out the trick.

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I started with the loosely-packed head of cloves — and it WORKED!

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But lol, that GIF captures the only instance in which the trick worked.

I thought maybe my co-worker Jesse Szewczyk might have a firmer grip, but he couldn’t get the moderately packed head of garlic to work either.

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…And it did NOT work with the tightly packed head of garlic. Though for half of half a second, I thought it did.

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*Me opening up to someone*

In conclusion, I’m pretty sure this trick only works with super loosely packed heads of garlic, and probably only if you’ve already done the work of peeling off a few layers already. I was able to get out 2 out of 15 cloves of garlic, and destroyed three heads of garlic in the process.

I guess I'll just stick with the original garlic-peeling trick. Or, you know, just buy pre-peeled garlic.
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I guess I’ll just stick with the original garlic-peeling trick. Or, you know, just buy pre-peeled garlic.



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