Bunions, Onions and the PedEgg

pedegg_t.jpgLeave it to the smart folks at the eGullet Society to come up with a food-related use for a foot care product. The PedEgg is designed to remove dead skin and callouses from the bottom of feet. Using the same type of surgical blade operation as a Microplane, one eG member has decided that this will be her “go-to” gadget for grating lemon zest. It’s self contained, so all the grated up bits are stored within the “egg.” And right now, they’re buy one, get one free. Of course, just make sure you keep the one used for the kitchen separate from the foot care product, or we’ll have an altogether new meaning of the term, “toe cheese.” Ick.

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8 Responses to Bunions, Onions and the PedEgg

  1. NancyH says:

    “Of course, just make sure you keep the one used for the kitchen separate from the foot care product, or we’ll have an altogether new meaning of the term, “toe cheese.” Ick.”

    ROTFLMAO

  2. MB says:

    You know I may be demented but the first thing I thought of when I saw the commercial was how you could apply that gadget in the kitchen. Immediately zesting a lemon came to mind.

  3. PolitiPornster says:

    So from now going forward, may one properly refer to the removal of dead skin from one’s feet as “zesting yourself”? I do believe I like the sound of it.

  4. VaNC says:

    The big “ick” to me is the point in the video where they open it and pour the “foot filings” in the trash. Ick ick ick.

  5. Varmint says:

    OK, I didn’t really expect anyone to watch the video. Eek! I sure didn’t.

  6. Unfortunately, they keep running the stupid commercial on tv.

  7. VaNC says:

    Well, I found the “product” interesting and you couldn’t really see the darned thing on the picture, so I clicked on the video. Ick ick.

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