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KitchenAid Gourmet Box Grater, Black $11.99

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Dollar store brand works just as fine and probably only cost you $1-$2 max.
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markopas wrote: Dollar store brand works just as fine and probably only cost you $1-$2 max.
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Nov 24, 2008
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Thanks op, nice to have a slicer side!
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Are these a pain to clean?

I have a handheld grater but the metal is so thin it bends in whenever I grate soemthing harder like ginger or cheese.
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Always on sale, including right now, at Canadian Tire for the same price.

I had one for about 8 years and it was great. Some of the plastic pieces started breaking towards the end but it gets used heavily. Happily replaced it with the same one.
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stovetop wrote: Are these a pain to clean?

I have a handheld grater but the metal is so thin it bends in whenever I grate soemthing harder like ginger or cheese.
Toss it in the dishwasher, mine always comes out clean
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I also got mine from Canadian Tire.
Fine grate is useless as I can't get any content out of it, but otherwise it's great.
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Jun 27, 2011
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These must be really hit and miss. I bought and returned 3 of these before giving up. My 30 year old box grater did a better job than this. Good luck!
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Be careful with this. The top handle comes off and can lead to injury. (Fallin on your feet or snapping off while grating)

Ended up screwing the top piece into the metal on either side
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May 17, 2016
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Bought this last time it was on sale. It’s enormous, like the size of a cinder block. The bottom container, while a good idea in theory, doesn’t slide into place properly rendering it mostly useless. 1/5 stars.
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markopas wrote: Dollar store brand works just as fine and probably only cost you $1-$2 max.
does not work just as well. Handles almost always get bent or rotated with cheaper versions.
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markopas wrote: Dollar store brand works just as fine and probably only cost you $1-$2 max.
I go through so many cheap ones that end up rusting after a few uses.
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IKEA's Idealisk grater is a bit taller, with more cutters spaced further apart, so you can grate more in shorter time. And the regular price is only half as much.
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I processed 50lb of Daikon with this, the worst grater I ever used.
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Jan 12, 2008
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Feels heavy duty and I liked the look over the dollar store one. I'm pretty happy with mines. I would like a mandala grater too
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Jan 4, 2016
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markopas wrote: Dollar store brand works just as fine and probably only cost you $1-$2 max.
lol theres always someone on RFD saying this.
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A little OT, but I can't go back to a basic box grater after getting a grating attachment for my kitchenaid mixer. I was always bad with grating the smaller bits of cheese and would sometimes get some scrapes and nicks here and there on my fingers. The attachment was something I never thought I'd need!
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Does this only work for gourmet cheese, or does it make any cheese I grate with it in to gourmet cheese?

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