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Microplane 35002 Home Series Fine Grater
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- Fine grating surface perfect for citrus zest, onion, hard cheeses, spices, chilies, and ginger
- 18/8 Stainless-steel blades, ergonomic handle
- Reusable cover
- Dishwasher-safe; hand wash cover
- Blades made in the USA
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|Dimensions||0.5 inches x 11 inches x 3.25 inches||0.75 inches x 14 inches x 2.5 inches||0.75 inches x 14 inches x 2.5 inches||1 inches x 12 inches x 1.31 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.3 pounds||0.49 pounds||0.3 pounds||0.09 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
As with the coarse grater, though, I don't think it's particularly good for citrus zest, which tends to clog - maybe it's the curve in the surface, as the size of the holes is about the same as on the citrus grater. With all 3 graters, I tend to end up with more than I planned to use because I still can't get over how easy it is. They are more specialized than I initially hoped, but once you buy one you'll probably decide you want the others, too - they really are that good.
As with the coarse grater, this is also much easier to clean than an old-fashioned grater, because the sharp edges all run in one direction - just scrub against the grain and everything will come off very quickly without tearing up whatever you're using to clean.
I know I sound like a publicist for these tools, but even my mother, who has few kitchen tools she didn't buy 20-40 years ago, far prefers all of the Microplanes to the graters she used to use - they just really are far better than what used to be out there.
I was going to use mine to grate horseradish for my roast beef but I love it for my feet alot more. I also love that it's pretty hard to nick yourself, which sometimes happens with the foot blades.
I'm mad at myself for spending what I did on the Diamencel.
Zesting fruit has never been so simple! Traditional zesters produce only limited quantities of fruity zest, scraping small bits of the rind away and leaving the cook with cramped fingers and often squashed, messy fruit. The Microplane simply zips across the rinds of oranges, lemons, limes, etc. without bruising the fruit or cutting away the bitter white pith beneath.
Cheeses are a snap as well, particularly if you like a finer shredding than you get with most traditional graters. Parmesan never tasted so good!
Additional uses include grating ginger and making fine chocolate shavings (make sure to keep the chocolate cold before grating to avoid breaking or melting it, though). I have yet to attempt making fine ice shavings or grating nutmeg or other hard spices yet, but likely the Microplane will tackle such tasks just as easily as it does zesting fruits and shredding cheese.
One of the chief benefits of this particular Microplane over some of their other models is that you can purchase a little guard that holds your cheese, nuts, or whatever against the grater and thus save your knuckles. I highly recommend purchasing that accessory should you come across it, as it only adds to the excellence of this wonderful kitchen tool.
Once you've tried a Microplane zester, you'll wonder how you ever got along without one.
Ever make an omlette or scrambled eggs and try to cut up or grate the cheese small enough so that it will melt in the limited cooking time there is to complete the dish ? - struggle no more! -
I have never seen food appear in this form as produced by this grater.
If you've never seen freshly grated parmesian cheese fall like snow on fresh hot spaghetti (much different and better than the grated stuff that comes in the can, and even better than you can get at a great Italian restaurant, where the waiter/waitress grates it over your pasta) - that melts into the spaghetti the second it hits the sauce, and forever changes the way your spaghetti tastes, then get one of these graters - (and a hard chunk of parmigiano reggiano cheese) - you won't be disappointed.
They don't teach people about these instruments in our culture, or what they can do or how they can help you in the kitchen. So here we are, reviewers from near and far, telling you now - just buy one, and very quickly you will see what a miracle piece of cookware - a secret ingredient - this particular microplane grater is.
And wait! There's more. It's incredibly easy to clean as well!
Definitely recommended. Enjoy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
i wish the plastic is more hard , so i can put more pressurePublished 1 month ago by Anthony Alarcon
This microplane has effectively cut my yearly pedicure budget in half. I no longer have to get pedicures monthly. Great money saver in that way!Published 5 months ago by MBadon
This was a gift to a great chef because the one I own works so well.Published 6 months ago by FrankP
Most microplanes are about 1 inch wide and rather long. This size fits much better in my hands, and can be braced against the plate or bowl collecting whatever is being grated. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ilene R