Cutting fruit and squeezing the juice out of it is a hassle. And buying bottled citrus juice just isn’t authentic for some aspiring chefs.
The Stem, an invention from Quirky user, Timothy Houle, solves both of these dilemmas. Simply insert the Stem into any fruit using the serrated teeth and you’ve got fresh juice at your command, minus the mess. The citrus spritzer sprays and distributes the juice evenly, ensuring that you end up with a wicked guacamole.
The Stem is made from polypropylene – a food safe plastic, and disassembles easily for cleaning.
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