Well-built garlic press
Thanks to Liz Goopy from Dreamfarm for sending me a product sample of the Garject ($39.95) which they consider to be the world's best garlic press. It's quite ergonomic to hold and feels solidly built. Definitely much nicer than the cheap one I already have in my possession and after crushing 3 garlic cloves it was also noticeably easier to clean. It did a good job at crushing the garlic cloves quite finely. The ejecting button for the garlic skin seems to work quite well although be sure to turn the handles back on themselves so the bits stuck in the holes get pushed out before ejecting the peel which I forgot to do in my video test below. I actually didn't realise it had a built in scraper as well so I probably didn't need to use my knife to scrap the garlic — force of habit.
PROS: Solidly built, Pretty easy to use, Crushes garlic well, Quite ergonomic, Fairly easy to clean
CONS: Funny name but I guess that's what Dreamfarm is known for, Perhaps not the cheapest garlic press on the market
MUST TRY: Using it again and seeing if the scraper works
Peel garlic — possibly use this 10 second technique
Garlic peel ejector
Freshly crushed garlic