Microplane 3-in-1 Ginger Tool and Zester Set
Let’s get to the root.
Ginger, we love you so: You add plucky bite to our curries, a little chew to our molasses cookies, and some zip to our chai. But, let’s be honest, peeling this versatile root’s a real hassle, right? Enter this 3-in-1 ginger tool. You can remove the skin effortlessly with the plastic nub on the side, which also reduces the heat of the flavor just a smidge. The grating feature retains all the oils in the ginger meat and keeps it from turning into an unwieldy mush. Oh, and it’s got a tiny built-in mandolin slicer for thicker pieces. Pair it with the sharp-as-can-be stainless steel zester/grater and you’ll have the coolest tools in the drawer.
Photography by Rocky Luten & Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Blades made in Russellville, AR; Zester handle and assembly is in Mexico
Stainless steel, thermoplastic elastomers, and acrylonitrile butadiene styrene
Zester: 1.38” W x 12.00” L x 1.51” H
Ginger 3-in-1 Tool: 2.00” W x 10.75” L x 0.50” H
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