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Strawberry Hulling Made Simple

Updated on February 26, 2016

I hate having to hull strawberries. The process is messy, can be a bit dangerous for the shaky, and takes far to much time. Thankfully for all of us out there who feel the same, a solution does exist. The strawberry huller makes preparing fresh strawberries a breeze.

The secret to the strawberry huller is in the twist motion of the 'claw.' I call the mechanism the 'claw' because it looks a lot like the type you used as a kid to score prizes inside machines. Except this time you are scoring strawberry hulls. The moment of excitement is still there. There's just something fun about using it.

To use the strawberry huller one just has to push down on the green plunger to open the claw. Then insert the claw over the strawberry hull and press down. Give a good twist to the huller. Simply remove the Gem Strawberry Huller. Then release the plunger which releases the strawberry hull. Repeat as necessary until you've got your strawberry quota filled.

One of the best parts of the Chef'n Stem Gem Strawberry Huller is its affordability. Available for under ten dollars, depending upon the brand possibly under five, it is a perfect kitchen bargain. Something which can be the perfect small gift for family or friends. Mine was actually a St. Nicholas present several years ago. To this day it still works perfectly. My little sister, who constantly says she would always love to have one of her own *hint hint* borrowed it today. She used it to quickly hull two containers of strawberries for a fresh summer fruit salad.

It's easy to use the Chef'n Stem Gem Strawberry Huller. Don't believe me? Take a quick peek for yourself!

Chef´n Stem How-To Strawberry Huller

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      Ahdilarum 2 years ago

      I freeze my strawberries by first hulling them by hand which I consider to be the least destructive way. Liked this page and your tips.