Microplane 4-Sided Box Grater
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You might only use your grater for cheese, but they’re actually incredibly helpful tools. The coarse holes are perfect for taking down everyone’s favorite melting food, but they're also useful for grating carrots for cake or coleslaw, as well as potatoes for latkes and hash browns. The medium-sized holes work the same way as the coarse ones, just with a smaller shred. And the fine holes are designed for grating parmesan, zesting lemons, or reducing ginger to a paste. While I admit that I almost never use the slicing side, it's available for making uniform slices of cheese for appetizer platters or vegetables for gratin dishes if you don't have a mandolin slicer. IC Integrity Chef Pro Citrus Zester: This rasp-style grater looked and felt similar to the Zulay grater but with slightly fewer teeth. It still had a lot of friction and needed more effort and care when grating, though. The three photo- etched, razor-sharp blades : ultra-coarse, ribbon and fine- Made in USA – giving you an efficient and effective way to effortlessly grate and zest citrus fruits, ginger, parmesan, spices, garlic , coconut, onions, apples, potatoes, carrots, cabbage, chocolate, soft and hard cheese, cucumber and many more according to your cooking wishes.
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We shredded hard carrots and potatoes on each of the graters to see how it could hold up to tough tasks. The TesterMicroplane has an extensive range of kitchen products that make cooking a breeze. Zesting, grating and slicing become efficient, effortless and just plain fun with a Microplane grater. Many professional chefs, restauranteurs and cooking enthusiasts all over the world use the revolutionary Microplane graters to tame their kitchen work, and are stunned by its sharpness!
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In addition to the multiple sides, graters also come in two styles: stamped and etched. The stamped models represent the tools of our childhood, with rigid grating surfaces stamped into stainless steel. These holes protrude out from the side of the grater, catching food in their wide holes and forcing them over the cutting surface. They’re generally very efficient on the coarse side and horribly annoying on the fine side. Etched graters, on the other hand, are created by using a chemical process that corrodes teeth into the side of thin metal. It creates a tiny opening that’s just large enough to grab onto your food, making it ideal for fine grating. The metal used for these types is thinner, though, so they will flex in and out when being used with heavy-duty foods. What's the Difference Between a Grater and a Mandolin Slicer? It is a sleek, slim space saving 5-in-1 grating tool. Five different, ultra-sharp, photo- etched blades - made in USA –in a traditional four-sided design, allows you a diverse range of grating options.Microplane Gourmet Series Graters - Sleek and ultra sharp - with the launch of the Microplane gourmet series, the original paddle-style grater was enhanced in design and function with both the professional chef and home cook in mind. Handsomely crafted, the high performance Mircoplane gourmet series features seven grating options: Fine, Coarse, Medium Ribbon, Extra Coarse, Star, Small Shaver, Large Shaver and Wide Ultra Coarse Grater. The ribbon blade is ideal for chocolate, onions, zucchini, apples, cheese, potatoes, carrots and more.