There are more than one grater in the box. we know. shocking. The side you always use, shredded cheese, looks as if it’s in the wrapper and is great, but you should explore. Like we like miniature aircraft (think you should get one), the other three should get some love.
Maybe you do not use them because you do not know how or why you should do it. That’s cool. We are here for you. We hope you take full advantage of your box grinder. Part of the reason is because we like box sharpeners. Part of the reason is because we like you. But mainly because we like cheese. Here’s how to take full advantage of every aspect of your grater:
You already know the side
Yes, you may have chopped Cheddar or Palm here. We like to cut the softer and harder cheese into large pieces of pasta, vegetables and bread, and we have to grill it in the oven. Oh, grilled cheese too. But the side is also good for vegetables Grating zucchini fritters or tomato pasta sauce is like this one side like grating cheese nine weeks after a week.
Smaller than the one you already know
The above principle can apply to this smaller version. The main difference here is the size of the fragments. A smaller shredded cheese means faster thawing time, so we use the shredded cheese here and we want to melt things as it serves. Want to use some Cheddar or Jack cheese Pepperoni pepper? You have coverage here.
Small and thorny side
This is the most misunderstood side of the box grinder. Looks unpleasant, as if it wants to grab your hand, plug everything in and complain about it for a day. We really like this aspect because it puts the hard cheese in the snow-like cheese powder you buy in the grocery store. The secret is you do not push the cheese out of the hole. Gently brush the cheese, like Parmesan nails, brush the cheese from the block. They will fall and go under a bowl. You may have to let the grater loosen up the rest of the cheese, but it is worth it if you need that good cheese.
Aged Cheese Wide and thin flaky flat is beautiful, this is for you. We like to put these cheeses on shaved vegetable salads and spaghetti, such as macaroni or lasagna, because you need to separate the cheese. However, please do not regard this as Mandolin. It does not shave the way you want it to. Only hard cheese. Thank you.