Just What We Needed Dept: The Rotato
Sometimes we just slap ourselves upside the head and say "how did I ever live without that?" That is why we have such big kitchens- to house our garlic express, our soda can disenfector, butter cutter and the automatic martini maker. But now we have to add on to provide room for the Rotato.
This amazing device uses electricity to remove the vitamin-packed skin of the potato, leaving you with just the inner carbo goodness.
There appears to be a manual version for those off grid types, but who would want that?
Our source, The Unclutterer, notes that "It doesn’t slice, it doesn’t dice, it doesn’t even julienne! All it does is peel, peel, peel."More strange inventions that don't do much but eat batteries and power:Un-TreeHugger: Botanicalls Now Allows Your Plants to Tweet For WaterElectrified Computerized Cradle Rocks Your Baby To SleepUn-TreeHugger: The BraDryerPlasticrap Products and More Useless Stuff from the Un-TreeHugger Archives (Slideshow)Un-TreeHugger: The TowelSpaThe Seven Most Un-TreeHugger Products of 2008Just What We Needed Dept.: Seven Things You Don't Want for ChristmasUnTreehugger: Gas Powered Party Blender