5 More Kitchen Gadgets NOBODY Needs!!

We are all about making your time in the kitchen as fun and stress-free as possible. We’ve gone out and tested 5 more essential kitchen gadgets so you don’t have to! Let us know which ones you want in the comments below.

If you want to find out more about the gadgets we reviewed, here are all the links you’ll need – we haven’t been paid/sponsored to talk about any of them so they are our honest reviews… But these links are affiliate links, which means if you click on them we may receive a very small amount or percentage if you go on to purchase – this adds no extra cost to you:-

Banana Slicer:
Herb Stripper: http://amzn.to/2kgeGg7
Cherry Pitter: http://amzn.to/2kfXBDe
Apple Peeler: http://amzn.to/2kfVM9d
Pizza Scissors: http://amzn.to/2kH2KFl

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  1. Rosemary is to resinous and gummy to work well in something like the herb stripper, but mine works great on things like thyme. Stripping thyme by hands takes forever…

  2. Why spend a lot of money on a pizza scissor when you can make your own? Just simply glue a scissor to a triangular shape and wow! Pizza cutter scissor

  3. The women in my family have been using an apple peeler/corer like that since my great grandmother started making apple pies. Frankly making a pie today would feel weird without it.
    As a matter of fact, the cherry pitter would come in handy for similar reasons.

  4. My uncle bought that same banana slicer and it has been collecting dust in our cutlery drawer for years. ???

  5. Well, apple peelers are used by folks producing applebutter, and when you need to quickly de-core and skin a LOT of apples, it's a life/time savor. Apple peelers have also been around for a long time.

  6. My family has owned one of those apple slivers for years, they are actually VERY useful. Great for making apple pies

  7. It IS Sunday morning!
    Granted 3:00 in the morning, and I'm not hungover, however the exclamatory statement is supported from my perspective!

  8. This channel is just trying to make actually useful kitchen gadgets sound useless because they don't know how to use it properly

  9. Ummm, the last two are nice. Much faster. Also, who said the banana slicer was only for bananas? What about strawberries? Eggs? Grapes? Celery? Green onion? Leeks? Mini golden potatoes?

  10. As soon as i saw the preview image i was like forget you guys. My grandmama had a spinny apple peeler slicer and i love them.

  11. Who did the vo for this video, I love the voice, its perfect for the sarcastic reviews, it sounds kinda like Mike with an accent

  12. I took the banana slicer to be useful because I like making PB and b and getting good size distribution would be nice the apple core I know for a fact is good for who need to peel a lot of apples and the pizza scissors honestly seems kind of useful to me

  13. that banana cutter thing gives me the creeps 😀 … btw pizza scissors, i should get those, look like the perfect tool to cut leather 😀

  14. I'm sure someone mentioned it, or i'm about to get hell for suggesting it. Use the apple peeler on a potato, then make twisted chips (I think that's what they are called). They are great for kids!

  15. I use my Apple peeler/corer/ slicer in the fall when I can loads of Apple Butter so it's useful for me (as I can imagine the cherry pitter could be to someone, too). It lives with the rest of my canning supplies.


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