Perfectly Preserved: Rustic Ceramic Garlic Keeper - Mad About Pottery

Perfectly Preserved: Rustic Ceramic Garlic Keeper

Why Every Kitchen Needs a Garlic Keeper.

Designed to provide optimal conditions for keeping your garlic bulbs fresh for as long as possible. This perforated container is specially crafted to reduce humidity, block out light, provide good ventilation, and prevent odors. Not only does it offer functional benefits, but it also adds a charming touch to your countertop.

My garlic keeper is crafted from high-quality ceramic, combining durability with a rustic aesthetic to enhance your kitchen decor. Its perforated design allows for proper air circulation, maintaining ideal humidity levels to prevent sprouting and spoilage.

Simply place your garlic bulbs in the container, and the ventilation holes will ensure proper airflow, while the humidity-reducing feature keeps moisture at bay, preventing mold and mildew. Say goodbye to mushy or rotten garlic and enjoy long-lasting freshness.

This container is not limited to storing garlic alone. Utilize it to store other small kitchen essentials such as ginger, shallots, or even small onions, ensuring they stay fresh and easily accessible.

In addition to its practical benefits, my wheel thrown pottery garlic container adds a touch of rustic charm to your countertop. Its unique design and earthy white tones make it a delightful decorative piece that enhances the overall aesthetics of your kitchen.

Dishwasher safe, allowing for effortless cleaning. Spend less time on maintenance and more time enjoying your culinary adventures.

Each container is handcrafted individually on my pottery wheel from beige speckled clay, making it a one-of-a-kind piece. 

Looking for the perfect gift for a food enthusiast or someone passionate about cooking? This garlic handmade pottery is an excellent choice. Its practicality, combined with its aesthetic appeal, makes it a thoughtful and unique gift for any occasion.




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