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Peelem

The perfect apple peeler
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Add lemon juice to peeled and/or chopped apples and it stops them going brown.

The "peelem" apple peeler is just the job. It has a squeezable plastic handle which can be refilled with lemonjuice. Squeeze the handle gently to dispense lemon juice onto the apple as you peel.

Squeeze and Peel for perfect apples everytime.

jonthegeologist, Nov 20 2003

The Peelem Apple Peeler http://www.hazelmot...lfbakery/peelem.htm
[jonthegeologist, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       The only "perfect apple" is a bar of chocolate. Lemon juice is just adding fruity injury to the healthy insult. Don't you normally eat the peel anyway?
dobtabulous, Nov 20 2003
  

       [dobtabulous] ... you'd peel an apple when making a pie, for example.
jonthegeologist, Nov 20 2003
  

       Lemon pie, that is.
k_sra, Nov 20 2003
  

       very apeeling.
neilp, Nov 20 2003
  

       // you'd peel an apple when making a pie, for example. //   

       [jtg] I most certainly would not! I would put the apples in the bin and make a chocolate pie instead.   

       I do actually take your point though - I was wrong to criticise the need for peeling per se. My only defence is that the mere mention of apples makes me want to puke.
dobtabulous, Nov 20 2003
  

       What would you put in the lemon juice like cartridge when you peeled other fruits and veggies, like potatoes? or umm..papayas.
lizziepunkin, Nov 20 2003
  

       [lizzie]   

       For potatoes - water cartridge
For papayas - orange juice
For pineapple - mint sugar solution
jonthegeologist, Nov 20 2003
  

       when in doubt - gin
po, Nov 20 2003
  

       a girl after my own heart [po]. perfect for peeling limes?
jonthegeologist, Nov 20 2003
  

       That's a good maxim for life, [po], not just for peeling.
hazel, Nov 20 2003
  

       If you're making apple pie, don't you need to cut the apples after you peel them? Can we get a knife that dispenses lemon juice as well?
scad mientist, Nov 20 2003
  

       //when in doubt - gin//   

       You're obsessed
yamahito, Nov 20 2003
  

       jonthegeologist: are you a jon or a hazel? Or haven't I been paying attention again?
DrCurry, Nov 20 2003
  

       ah, [DrCurry] ... let me clarify. [jtg] is me Jon, [hazel] is hazel.

[hazel] is my good lady, so I'm borrowing her webspace to publish nonsense pictures
jonthegeologist, Nov 21 2003
  

       yama, come here and say that - bring the bottle with you..
po, Nov 21 2003
  

       [Unabubba] Chocolate is good in moderation whereas apples always taste horrible - and worse in pies etc where their flavour is magnified.   

       The lumpy greeny yellow content of an apple-pie is surely a match for your pooh-analogy?
dobtabulous, Nov 21 2003
  

       //Apples must surely be the fruit of choice in heaven//
No, you're thinking of Liberace.
calum, Nov 21 2003
  
      
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