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Cuisipro Rotary Blade Grater

Razor-sharp etched stainless-steel grater is built with exclusive Surface Glide Technology for virtually effortless grating. A special grating surface and non-slip grip help you grate more with less effort, perfect for use at the table to add the finishing touch to a meal or dessert.

Hopper is wide enough to handle large chunks. Set includes two interchangeable blades. Parmesan blade is perfect for garnishing with Parmesan cheese, chocolate and other hard cheeses. Coarse blade is ideal for vegetables, most cheese and nuts. 25-year warranty. Hand wash.
 
  • Includes: Grater and two blades
  • Care: Hand wash
  • Material: Stainless steel, ABS plastic and TPR plastic
  • Warranty: 25-year warranty
 
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3.3 / 5.0
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Great for hard cheese
This grater works best with hard cheeses, not bulky vegetables. The other reviewer may find that a flat grater would work best for vegetables like potatoes for hash browns, as a rotary grater is not designed for this purpose. SGT graters are really sharper than any other graters on the market! Love them
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January 3, 2012
Cuisipro Grater
This product does great with hard cheeses & chocolate. It's not intended for vegetables. If one reads the directions, it says nothing about using it for vegetables so ignore the Oklahoma user's review
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July 30, 2013
vegetable grater?
I bought this thing primarily to shred potatos for hashbrowns. It will not do it. The only thing this is good at shredding is your fingers when you try to clean it. Don't waste your money.
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June 25, 2011
 

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