That Viral Garlic Peeling Hack Is A Cruel Lie

This Garlic Peeling Hack Is Taking the Internet by Storm

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The short clip shows someone peeling garlic by sticking a knife into the tip of a garlic clove that is still attached to the head, and simply pulling it away with nothing more than a flick of their hand.

People online can't get over this garlic peeling hack. It is more likely the work of a garlic sorceress - or someone who works in hospitality - and has developed the technique after many years of practice.

But the latest hack which is now blowing the Internet's collective mind involves a new way to peel cloves of garlic.

How do you peel garlic?

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Supermodel and cookbook author Chrissy Teigen reshared the video in a tweet.

"What kind of sorcery is this?!?!?" one user asked, while someone else said their weekend plans would consist of trying this new method - what they dubbed a "culinary moon landing", Fox News reported.

The clip shows someone holding a piece of garlic upside down, expertly stabbing it with a knife on the diagonal and removing a clean bulb. "I hope younger generations can benefit", someone joked. "I lament when I consider how much more garlic I could have used during all these years had I only known of this technique", another said.

Some even proudly shared their results after giving the technique a whirl.

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Other people also commented on the video calling the hack "life changing" and a "game changer" for cooking all future recipes.

The hack quickly went viral after the Twitter user first shared it on Sunday, and the video has since been viewed more than 4.9 million times.

In response, another Twitter user suggested she was using the wrong knife for the job. The garlic seems to easily slip out from the head of garlic.

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