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Peeling Ginger

Martha Stewart Living, August 2005

The next time you have a recipe that calls for fresh ginger, reach for a spoon. It removes the thin skin easily, even from the knotty areas. Hold the spoon, concave side facing you, and draw it toward you. Maneuver the spoon and ginger as necessary to get into all the crevices.

Comments (2)

  • mmsrjs 24 Dec, 2007

    Never heard of a "Pampered Chef peeler" but my spoon works great.

  • momma53 16 Nov, 2007

    It is much easier to use a potatoe peeler. I take off a nice thin layer using my Pampered Chef peeler.