Bellemain Stainless Steel Lemon Press with Silicone Handles Review

I love adding freshly squezzed lemons to my dishes and drinks. Its hard to do it by hand. Those pesky seeds and the waste that happens when you use your hands is no longer a problem with this amazing Stainless Steel Lemon Press with Silicone handles by Bellemain.

The silicone handles make the grip tight and process smooth. This is a quality stainless steel lemon press that will last for the rest of your cooking years. I am so impressed with the quality and so will you.

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Product Description

Strong, safe and super-efficient, the Epica Stainless Steel Lemon Press is also easy to use, clean and store … proving that the simplest designs are simply the best.

Juices Lemons and Limes to the Last Drop
With one powerful plier motion, the nesting bowls squeeze every bit of juice from your lemon or lime; unlike reamers which force you to dig around and around, and still not get it all. The juice falls straight down onto your food, instead of squirting sideways. And even the tiniest seeds and bits of pith are trapped in the bowl.

Food-Safe 18/10 Stainless Steel
The Epica Stainless Steel Lemon Press is made of the same high quality alloy as eating utensils, and won’t rust, scratch, pit or crack. It won’t leach toxins into your food like plastic and aluminum can do. Plus, it’s solid-cast for strength to give you many years of reliable use.

Comfortable Silicone Handles
The soft silicone helps cushion your hands and absorb pressure, so you can squeeze enough lemons to make a quart of lemonade without getting tired or sore. Cleaning the Bellemain is equally effort-free: just put it in the dishwasher.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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