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October 5, 2012

World's best cheese grater


Wrote Debra Williamson in an October 2, 2012 review on Kevin Kelly's Cool Tools, edited by Oliver Hulland:


"I recently picked this cheese grater up on a whim while visiting my parents. I've been using it a month now and absolutely love it. It's the best cheese grater I've ever used. It comes with two different graters, large and small, which fit atop the bowl. The bowl has a rubberized bottom that really grips the counter and, if you have any left over, you can simply pop the [included] lid on and put it in the fridge. I find the motion of scraping the cheese across a horizontal surface easier than down a slanted one. IKEA unfortunately only sells it at their stores and not through their website but it occasionally pops up at resellers."


$4.99 at IKEA stores everywhere (cheese not included).

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For superfine shavings of hard cheeses, a Microplane, though also somewhat tedious for large quantities, is pretty darned good. Viz:


Posted by: Mike Harney | Oct 7, 2012 10:29:49 AM

Perhaps world's best *manual* grater. I've used it for a long time in the past, and since moving to an electric grinder I'll never go back. My arms thank me - especially when it comes to hard cheese.

Also, it's quite good indeed, but the grating area is too small.

Posted by: Gryzor | Oct 6, 2012 5:06:04 AM

Product dimensions
Length: 7"
Width: 5"
Height: 3"


Posted by: jim` | Oct 5, 2012 12:16:09 PM

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