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    Cheese Grater

    Go on then, recommendations for one that doesn't take your fingers off or fall to bits...

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    Re: Cheese Grater

    tescos box grater or Ikea's one with a little pot underneath.

    and exercise more care when grating.

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    Re: Cheese Grater



    FREE GRATY!!!!!
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    Re: Cheese Grater

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    It won't work with cheese. It will work with nuts though

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    Re: Cheese Grater

    Quote Originally Posted by sim View Post
    it won't work with cheese. It will work with nuts though
    free graty!!!!!!
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    Re: Cheese Grater

    You need a 'mouli' style grater..

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B...7ZG2T9J84ZSD8D


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    Re: Cheese Grater

    Quote Originally Posted by abaxas View Post
    aha! My rent's had one like this back in the day, and it was good! Ordered!

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    Re: Cheese Grater

    The Ikea one is grate

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    Re: Cheese Grater

    Quote Originally Posted by pleo2005 View Post
    The Ikea one is grate
    i lolled

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    Re: Cheese Grater

    I wanted the Ikea one - until I saw the Ped Egg advert. It's enough to put a girl off her parmesan

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    Re: Cheese Grater

    Sorry for waking this thread from death , But i have the same question which is the best cheese grater for my kitchen? and best place to buy it with cheap price.

    Waiting for your suggestions.

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    Re: Cheese Grater

    I use a rotary grater like this https://www.amazon.co.uk/Zyliss-Etch...ateway&sr=8-26

    Other makes that operate in a similar way are available.
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    Re: Cheese Grater

    Quote Originally Posted by ConsumerEpic View Post
    Sorry for waking this thread from death , But i have the same question which is the best cheese grater for my kitchen? and best place to buy it with cheap price.
    Waiting for your suggestions.
    Best for a kitchen is a countertop manual rotary drum grater. Electric ones are a waste of money, unless you have a physical restriction that necessitates one. Handhelds can be awkward and have less capacity.
    Countertops spill into a bowl or something and can usually handle an entire large carrot, courgette, potato or whatever you want. They're also usually very easy to strip and clean, most likely dishwasher safe.
    We had one from the 70s with a metal stand and vacuum cup, but it was still the absolute best I ever had.

    As for which one and where/how much - That's highly subjective and there are absolutely loads of different ones. You can go for a £300 srubbishrubbishrubbishrubbishy one, get a 70s one from a charity shop for a couple of quid, or all sorts in between.
    Have a Google around.
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    Re: Cheese Grater

    It also depends on which cheese.

    Grating a really hard cheese, of the Parmesan variety, requires IMHO) a really good grater or it blunts them pretty quickly. Also, a very fine blade.

    Grating cheddar, etc, can be done with anything fron a cheap box grater to a grater blade on a high-end food processor. The latter is probably only justified if you have a LOT to grate.

    As fir grating Brie or Camembert ...

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