Essential Graters (Set of 3)
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Good, grate, and grater.
We’re all for paring down our kitchen tool collection to the essentials, but we won’t let anyone tell us we can get away with just one type of grater. This set of 3 covers all your bases: The fine grater is ideal for zesting citrus for baked goods or salad dressings, or showering pasta with a cloud of Parm. Use the medium grater to quickly create strands of cucumbers and carrots to toss into a cold noodle salad, or to grate chocolate over a tiramisu. The coarse grater makes quick work of any raw vegetable for fritters, or potatoes destined to become a pile of hot, buttery hash browns.
Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Stainless steel with silicone handles
Fine grater is 13" L x 2.25" W; Medium grater is 13" L x 3.4" W; Coarse grater is 13" L x 3.4" W
Care & Notes -
Dishwasher safe. Graters include blade guards.
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New Castle, DE
With 127 years of optimization, Rösle utensils aren’t just aesthetically beautiful—they’re also characterized by smart ergonomic curves and the sheen of carefully designed stainless steel. Precise German engineering that defines the brand will make even the simplest cooking in your kitchen a feat of technical wonder.View Full Profile
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