Chef’n LooseLeaf Herb Stripper

Update: Chef’n no longer sells this product.

Strip herbs with ease.

Love herbs but don’t like wasting your time preparing them? We’ve got the right kitchen gadget for you, it’s called the Looseleaf Herb Stripper. Just insert the stem into the preferred hole and pull the herb through. Simple and efficient right? This functional stripping tool is great for all sorts of greens like kale, chard, collard, and even woody herbs like oregano, thyme and rosemary. And so, great surprises come in small packages.

$6 – $10
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