Kyocera Advanced Ceramic 6-1/2-inch Ceramic Grater
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- 6.5-inch small grater is dishwasher safe
- Rows of sharp teeth; roots such as ginger are quickly shredded, leaving the unwanted fiber behind.
- For ease of use, a silicone ring underneath holds the grater in place
- Non-corrosive bowl collects the gratings and flavorful juices, without altering the taste
- Also great for elephant garlic, daikon radish & parmesan cheese
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Kyocera Ceramic Graters
Kyocera Ceramic Graters
Kyocera is known for its impeccable high quality advanced ceramic knives and kitchen tools and these graters are no exception. Traditionally known as ginger graters, these unique shredding tools, made from an advanced ceramic close in hardness to diamond, will make any grating task a snap. With rows of long-lasting sharp teeth, roots such as ginger are quickly shredded, leaving the unwanted fiber behind. Also great for elephant garlic, daikon radish, chocolate, and Parmesan cheese. For ease of use, a silicone ring or strip holds the grater in place.
- Advanced ceramic grinding teeth will never alter the flavor
- Unique shredding tools for multiple applications
- Quick & easy results
- No-slip silicone ring or foot holds tool steady
- An effective grating solution
- Easy to clean and Dishwater safe
- Long-lasting Sharpness
Discover just how easy food preparation can be
Made of Kyocera’s advanced ceramic, the grater features rows of tiny sharp teeth that produce highly efficient grating. The ceramic is strong and dense. You can grate garlic, ginger, chocolate, hard cheese; grate limes, lemons or oranges for the zest and the results are spectacular. Rinses off in a flash, no digging into grooves for lime peel as often happens with steel graters. Dishwasher-safe, rust and stain proof. A must have gadget that we all need in the kitchen!
Kyocera 3.5 and 6.5 inches Ceramic Graters
Kyocera's saucer-shaped ceramic graters feature a raised central platform of spikes creating a moat for collecting the juices of whatever you're grating: ginger, daikon radish, carrots and so on. Whether its ginger juice you’re looking for or grated nutmeg that's needed for a baking recipe, Kyocera's ceramic graters will get the job done. Great for Parmesan cheese as well! Kyocera graters also feature a thoughtful non-slip silicone ring on the bottom to hold them steady.
Kyocera 11.5 inch long Multi-grater
Kyocera’s newest handheld grater measures 11.5 inch long x 3.4 inch wide x .7 inch thick and is excellent for grating hard foods to fine textures. Razor-sharp teeth makes grating hard cheeses, citrus, vegetables, spices and ginger an effortless task. It’s lightweight and comfortable in hand and features a non-slip rubber foot that holds the grater steady. Easy to clean and dishwasher safe. The perfect kitchen tool for preparing your favorite meals!
Top Customer Reviews
1. It's much easier to apply force as you are able to use your upper body to press down on the food you are grating instead of going at it from the side, as is the case with a box grater.
2. It makes a nice pulp of the food bring grated and without cutting the food. In the case of ginger for example, after grating the root on this grater, you are left with grated ginger and juice nicely collected in the ring around the grater and in your hand will be the part of the root you were holding and attached to that, the long stringy fibers in the root, not in your food. Microplanes and box graters cut the ginger, fibers and all, and don't do an excellent job of collecting the juice either
As long as the rubber ring on the bottom is kept dry, it is extremely grippy and won't move as long as a tiny bit of pressure is applied.
One negative about the grater is the amount of food that is still left in the teeth. It's not a problem with cleaning it, because it comes right off with water. But if you actually need that food it's extremely difficult to get out without running it under water. Running a knife or other thin object through the teeth is too tedious and scrapping it off with your finger is too painful. I suppose the answer is to grate more food than you think will be necessary. If anyone has a simple solution to this minor problem, feel free to comment.
Fortunately, the same day I received it I found an EXCELLENT way to get better results:
Take a good quality garlic press and fill the basket on the press with THIN, UNPEELED slices of ginger. Simply squeeze it like pressing garlic and VOILA!!!....lots of ginger juice and peel-free pulp! Actually, you can get EVEN MORE pulp and juice if you go the "extra mile" and scrape the peeling off with a spoon or the edge of a knife.
I use this method at least twice a day and it is just a great way to get the ginger.
This grater is awesome, I first learned about this grater when I had a small dinner party with some Japanese friends. One of them brought this grater to grate daikon radish. It was so simple to use and clean up was a breeze. Just place under running hot water and voila, all done.
Since this grater is ceramic, you wouldn't have to worry about rust/stains and food contamination. If you dig japanese or asian food in general, this would be one of those good handy tools you should have in your kitchen. I bought two and gave one as a present!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased as a gift for my mother. She has been very happy with it. Nice size and good sharp teeth.Published 8 days ago by James C. Hubbard
I have a ginger grater similar to this one, thought I was gifting someone one like mine. This is smaller with a more narrow trough and harder to hold because of it. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Rebecca Martin
Works great. Can be a little difficult to get all of the pulp out of the grating area, but still really great.Published 1 month ago by thebeancounter
Works well. Requires quite a bit of force to do the job effectively. If you rub lightly, it takes quite a while to grate the ginger. With some effort, it really works well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Benjamin Sullivan
This is a must have for cooking Asian inspired foods. If you ever grate ginger, dikon or anything else it makes the task much easier. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel
A must have for ginger and have also used for garlic. Easier to clean with a brush than a sponge, as the grater can damage the sponge. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Britt