Both functional and beautiful, this herb stripper makes kitchen prep easy. Just pull your favorite herb—rosemary, parsley, thyme, basil, cilantro, etc.— or greens like kale through the hole to de-stem instantly. You can also use the ends to scrape zucchini and other squash. The long sides can be used to sweep off your cutting board into the pan or compost. It comes with multiple sized holes to accommodate all sizes of greens and herbs. Beautiful to look at and comfortable to hold.Available in Walnut or Cherry.
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF
Dimensions: 6.5" L X 2" at widest end
Care: Since this is water resistant, but not waterproof, we recommend hand-washing only. Give it a rinse and dry it. Do not soak it or put it in the dishwasher.
WHAT DOES IT REPLACE?
Mass-produced kitchen utensils made from plastic and shipped from Asia.
Handmade in St Louis, Missouri.
Cherry heartwood or Black Walnut, finished with a food-safe oil and beeswax.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Collin Garrity is a designer in St Louis, USA. With a focus on simple, useful and sculptural objects. He rethinks items that people pick up every day and redesigns with a simple elegance that blurs the line between sculpture and clutter.
I use fresh herbs all of the time and this tool makes plucking the leaves from the stem so speedy. It's fun to use, too!
So kind of you to write in! We love that it's handmade and does the job. Looks cool in the kitchen, too. Thank you!
I recently found out I have osteoarthritis in my thumb, so everyday I am thinking of ways to not use it.
So when I saw the wooden herb stripper, I thought of my father was a wood shop teacher. He have would appreciated the utility and the beauty of this handy tool.
Something tells me I'll be using more fresh herbs when I cook!
We are sorry about your thumb. Ugh! Glad the herb stripper will help. Art meets function! You can use it for kale, too. And to scrape down your cutting board. Thank you for taking the time to write in.
I recently gifted this beautiful wooden herb stripper as a hostess gift. My host happened to have several herbs that she was adding to our dinner, so it came in very handy! The flat leaf parsley and mint leaves stripped effortlessly from the stems and had all the guests in awe! Such a perfect gift!
We really appreciate you taking the time to comment on this fun kitchen gadget. It works great for kale too. You're right about the gifting... pair it with olive oil and vinegar.