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“Primitive” Kitchen Time Saver

When we go to yard sales in the summer, there are usually certain things that interest me right away. My large-holed grater was one of those things.

For years I used one that had smaller holes for cheese and other stuff, but the way it grated things so small kind of annoyed me. Especially food that was a little moist.

Previously, we used the four sided grater with the handle on top but the handle broke off from use and I was not going to by a new one only to have the same thing happen.

When I found this at a local yard sale I grabbed it immediately. I don’t actually remember how much it was – 1 or 2 dollars. I thought that was a bit steep but I took it anyway.

I use this to grate cheese on pizza, beets and carrots for soup, chili and salad.

The large holes grate things quickly. That’s why it saves time when you are making food.┬áIt also helps reduce cutting yourself with knives, which I have been known to do.

I don’t think there is anything toxic about these older graters. If anyone knows anything please let me know. This one is not rusty.

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