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    Published on May 10th, 2012 | by Kira

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    Edgeware Graters are Great

    It doesn’t mat­ter if you con­sid­er your­self a sea­soned chef, a cook­ing en­thu­si­ast, or just a ca­su­al at home cook, it does not hurt to have a good grater among your kitchen uten­sils. Edge­ware is the per­fect place to start when look­ing for a medi­um qual­i­ty in­ex­pen­sive grater.

    Our team here at Tru­lyNet had the op­por­tu­ni­ty to ex­per­i­ment with three of Edge­ware’s graters and one of their zesters (which is a grater that pro­duces small­er strips). The novice cook might not be aware that there are so many dif­fer­ent types of graters avail­able and for what rea­sons (I cer­tain­ly had no idea), but with ex­pe­ri­ence one can see why cer­tain graters are used for dif­fer­ent jobs.

    Each of the Edge­ware graters and zester in­cludes V-shaped teeth, a pro­tec­tive cov­er, and a non-stick coat­ing for a smoother, pret­ti­er, and eas­i­er grat­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. All of the graters al­so come in a fun ar­ray of whim­si­cal col­ors: Char­coal, Fine Yel­low, Coarse Blue and Ex­tra Coarse Or­ange. This means you can eas­i­ly have them match the rest of your kitchen decor. The main dif­fer­ence be­tween the V-etched Ex­tra Coarse Grater ($16.99), the V-etched Coarse Grater ($16.99), and the V-etched Fine Grater ($16.99) is the size of the teeth it comes with, largest to small­est re­spec­tive­ly. Ob­vi­ous­ly the larg­er the blades the larg­er the slices, which can be good for slic­ing cu­cum­bers or car­rots, while the small­er teeth are bet­ter for grat­ing Parme­san. The V-etched Bet­ter Zester ($14.99) has even small­er teeth than the V-etched Fine Grater and can be pur­chased in char­coal or lime green.

    The on­ly com­plaint we have about the graters and zester is that they are all hand held. If one is in the pas­sion of grat­ing or zest­ing (I re­al­ly just like say­ing that word) for too long, it can be­come tir­ing to hold the grater/zester up.

    And now, the ques­tion we all have been wait­ing for: “Do I re­al­ly need to own four graters??” Prob­a­bly not, frankly- the av­er­age home cook will find it un­like­ly to need more than one, un­less cit­rus zest is some­thing you reg­u­lar­ly need. I rec­om­mend pick­ing one in the mid­dle.  My per­son­al fa­vorite is the V-etched Coarse Grater.

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    About the Author

    Former neuroscientist, and now fashion photographer, Kira is a perfect fit for TrulyNet. She has a great understanding of what is hot, loves the new geeky toys, and has the academic background to be opinionated on it. Kira is well traveled, has lived in Australia and Canada for school. Loves the outdoors, biking, all types of art, and is completely obsessed with fashion and photographing it. She presently can be found in New York City at an art event, art gallery, museum, science talk, one of the NYC parks, a vegetarian friendly restaurant, a comic book store, or out getting bubble tea. She is a little obsessed with bubble tea.



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