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- 4 Sides to slice, grate or shred foods
- Made from Stainless steel
- Black Plastic Handle
- item package weight: 9.0 pounds
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Cuisinart CTG-00-BG Boxed Grater
The Cuisinart Box Grater is made for stainless steel and is perfect for fine shredding, coarse shredding, fine grating and slicing blades. Box grater features a soft-grip handle and a nonslip base so you can grate with ease. Dishwasher Safe.
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To slice, grate or shred foods, The stainless box grater with its nonskid base does the job. Soft grips make food prep a pleasure.
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I have two issues with the design.
First, there is a rubber frame around the base to keep the grater from sliding. Unfortunately cheese gets in between the rubber frame and the grater's body making it difficult to clean. The frame can be removed but this requires some force and is a bit risky since the grater's surfaces are covered in sharp edges.
The second issue is the steel rod that goes around the base of the grater to make it rigid. It is carbon steel rather than stainless. It rusts.
The only trouble is that I wish that the blades were sharper. Much like my childhood grater, these are merely punched out sheets of metal. The "teeth" haven't been sharpened in any way, which means that you need to press down on the food harder. This in turn means that if you accidentally slip, you can hurt yourself badly. I wish I'd sprung for the Microplane brand graters, which have sharpened blades.