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Microplane Gourmet Grater - Ultra Coarse : This Microplane ultra-coarse grater produces large and thick shreds of cabbage, carrots, potatoes or cheese to speed prep time. With the oversized paddle and razor-sharp teeth, this grater gets big tasks done fast. The rubber safety bumper on the front prevents slipping. Ideal for quick preparation of coleslaw, hash browns or cheese toppings. Lightweight with an ergonomical soft-grip Santoprene handle. End hanging loop. Dishwasher-safe. 18/8 surgical stainless-steel blade is made in the USA. Microplane's precise razor-like edges are formed with a revolutionary process called photo-etching, creating edges that grate finely on contact, without the uneven tugging and shredding of inferior graters. Product Features Razor-sharp stainless-steel blade and wider paddle to quickly grate food into large and thick shreds Shred firm vegetables such as cabbage, carrots or potatoes Blade is made of 440A Rockwell hardness stainless-steel for long-lasting sharpness and durability Nonclogging for easy cleaning Ergonomical soft-grip handle Nonslip rubber safety bumper End hanging loop Microplane's precise razor-like edges are formed with a revolutionary process called photo-etching, creating edges that grate finely on contact, without the uneven tugging and shredding of inferior graters
 
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5 / 5
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PostedFebruary 14, 2011
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wabi
fromCarmel, California
I purchased this grater for our daughters. Unlike a box-grater, this grater does the job better and easy to clean and store. Beautiful design and sturdily made and also saves overall cooking time.
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