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These are my go-to peelers; they're sharp and lightweight. I buy a set every year or two (mostly because ANY peeler is going to dull at some point).
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This one, also by kuhn rikon, is my favorite--the serrated teeth cut through everything.
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Any good "Y" peeler will do the job for you. But never underestimate the value of a good sharp knife.
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